Important update: Since this article was published, provisional timings have been updated on the RealTimeTrains website, so the train is now scheduled to pass Brighouse shortly after 4pm. 

A steam locomotive is set to make a trip along a main line through West Yorkshire next week.

The loco, 46100 Royal Scot, has been visiting the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, pulling numerous trains during the half-term holidays.

Named Royal Scot after the Royal Scots regiment, the original 6100 was the first of its class, built in 1927 by the North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow.

It is due to leave the North York Moors to head back to Crewe Heritage Centre on Tuesday, February 20.

Its scheduled route will take the loco through parts of West Yorkshire, including Kirklees and Calderdale.

According to schedules on the RealTimeTrains website, it is due at Wakefield Kirkgate at 1749, Horbury Junction at 1753, Mirfield East Junction at 1809 and Heaton Lodge Junction at 1813, before passing Hebden Bridge at 1846.

However, those wishing to see the 'light engine movement' are reminded that times are subject to change.