Subsequently it was owned by a number of people but some years ago it was bought by the Britain's national railway museum in York. It has been restored over a ten year period at an extraordinary cost of around AU$6 million (that figure is dubious. It could have been more or less).
While it has been out on the rails, presumably for testing and driving experience,
Constant noise from helicopters was a bit annoying. 1:24
Good to see some women enthusiasts. 2:16
Britain's Channel 4 had quite a good video that very oddly, I noticed my step mother liked on FB. but I can't find it on You Tube and it is complicated to embed from FB. Forget the above videos. Here is quite a good one from Sky News. What you do see in all of the videos is speed. I love fast trains, or at least those that give a perception of speed. I am a train version of Toad of Toad Hall. 1:30
NB Designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. Must check for an update on the Gresley ducks.