Flying Scotsman steams into Tyseley as part of Birmingham Heritage Week.

The world’s most famous steam engine has arrived at Tyseley Locomotive Works today (13/09) as part of Birmingham Heritage Week.

Following its successful inaugural run earlier this year, the Flying Scotsman will be on display alongside Tyseley’s resident steam locomotives from 16th to 18th September.

The legendary locomotive’s visit is just one of more than 170 events taking place during Birmingham Heritage Week (8th to 18th September), many of which are free for the public to enjoy. Visitors will be able to explore venues that are rarely open to the public, enjoy interactive storytelling, take part in workshops and discover Birmingham’s hidden gems on guided tours.

Councillor Waseem Zaffar, chairman of the Heritage Week Steering Group, said: “It’s great news that this iconic steam engine will be on display at Tyseley Locomotive Works. It’s just one of the many events on offer during Birmingham Heritage Week, which runs from September 8 to 18.

“There really is something for everyone, so I would urge people to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to learn more about Birmingham’s heritage and see their city in a way they may not have seen it before.”

Further information on Birmingham Heritage Week, including a full list of events, can be found at

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