Another famous steam train was seen making its way through Kings Langley station.

The 35018 British India Line was heading towards London at 7.16pm this evening (July 6).

In a video shared with the Watford Observer the green and red steam train can be heard sounding its horn while on its journey.

Watch the video below filmed by Ben.

The train was one of the first batch of 20 Southern Railway Merchant Navy Class steam trains to be built by the Southern Railway in 1945.

Completed at Eastleigh Works in May 1945, the British India Line was first allocated to Nine Elms shed, where it was to remain for most of its career, under both the Southern Railway and British Railways. 

The 35018 was withdrawn from service in August 1964.

In 2012 it was moved to the former 10A steam shed at Carnforth, Lancashire where since then it has undergone a thorough restoration to working order and modern mainline standards by the West Coast Railway Company. 

Recently, Kings Langley has also seen the Flying Scotsman go through its train station.

The train was marking its 100th year and was passing through mainline stations to go on tour across England, Wales and Scotland.