The steam train, built in 1923, chugged through Huddersfield Railway Station before heading to Marsden and ending its run in Crewe.
The arrival of the much-loved engine was part of a UK tour organised by the National Railway Museum, giving people the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the train as it steams past.
However, to avoid overcrowding and trespassing on the railway lines, information about when the train will be passing through specific locations has been kept secret.
Watch the video above to see the Flying Scotsman arrive in Marsden— and keep an eye on the Examiner website for more pictures and video of the famous train in Huddersfield.
National Railway Museum director Paul Kirkman said: The Scotsman’s return to Britain’s tracks is a testament to all the people who have worked so hard to make this happen, including those that worked on the locomotive’s restoration and the public who donated to our appeal to bring this legend back to life.
"As well as seeing the locomotive out and about on the tracks, the public can get up close to the steam giant at our York and Shildon museums with the next event being the Shildon Shed Bash from 23 – 31 July."
The museum's head of operations Jim Lowe added: ""While we understand interest in our celebrity loco Flying Scotsman will continue to be extremely high, we urge those wishing to view it on its UK tour dates do so from a safe vantage point.
“It is vital that spectators do not venture onto the railway, particularly when it is on the mainline as a full timetable of regular services will be running. In order to avoid overcrowding and incidents of trespass neither ourselves or our partners will be publishing recommended viewing points or the timetable of when the train will be passing through specific locations – this includes positioning moves.
"We wish those who are taking journeys on trains hauled by the steam icon or going to see it at an event over the coming months an enjoyable experience."