Definition of the Flying Scotsman from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


the Flying Scotsman

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a British steam railway engine, built in 1923, which was the fastest of its kind for many years. It was used mainly on trains travelling between London and Edinburgh, until 1963. It is now owned by the National Railway Museum and is still driven on special journeys for people who are interested in old trains.