Record-breaker (Print 1932 FLYING SCOTSMAN)
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MONDAY, July 18, 1932, was a record-breaking day for the Flying Scotsman.
The train had arrived at Waverley station at 5.26am, four minutes ahead of time, having covered the 390 miles from King’s Cross in seven hours, 26 minutes; a new world record non-stop for a journey of that distance, said the Glasgow Herald. Sir Malcolm Campbell, holder of the world land speed record, had waved it off in London.
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