Timetables for the Flying Scotsman will now not be put on-line by an operator, in a bid to cease followers trespassing.
Tons of of individuals turned out to observe the well-known locomotive because it handed via the West Nation on Friday.
However its journey from Gloucester to Bristol was delayed by virtually an hour, because of about 50 individuals trespassing on the road close to Cam and Dursley.
Operator Steam Goals mentioned it had been “suggested” to not publish particulars of when the Scotsman was operating.
British Transport Police tweeted on Friday that “quite a few individuals on the tracks” had delayed the Flying Scotsman and suggested that ” good pic isn’t value endangering your life”.
The locomotive is because of make a return journey via the West on Tuesday however the operator mentioned the timings would “not be made out there on-line”.
“With a view to keep away from overcrowding and incidents of trespass we now have been suggested to not publish really helpful viewing factors or the timetable of when the prepare can be passing via particular areas,” it mentioned in an announcement.
‘Youngsters close to line’
It went on to say that it could additionally not be giving out “any timetable or route particulars” via its reserving workplace.
Marcus Robertson, chairman of Steam Goals, mentioned trespassing on railways strains “to get a greater of a prepare” was “extremely harmful”.
“Final yr we did have just a few issues with trespass however [on Friday] there have been individuals with youngsters close to the road – and these are 125mph railways,” he mentioned.
“We have heard from Community Rail and the BTP, and on our runs subsequent week – in the identical areas – there can be much more police exercise.”