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Video shot by Sean Doyle

Rail buffs were out in force in Huddersfield yesterday as a vintage steam train passed through, bringing the sights and sounds of a bygone era.

The annual Preston to Sheffield round trip - known as The Tin Bath - saw two locomotives, both Black Fives, pull nine passenger coaches, containing 404 passengers.

The trip is organised every year by the Railway Touring Company, based in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, and was fully booked.

Train buffs turned out to watch the train as it came through Brockholes and Deighton.

The two locomotives were the 45407 and the 44871.The 45407, known as the Lancashire Fusilier, was built in Newcastle in 1937 for the London Midland and Scottish Railway.