AMAZING photographs were captured in Dawlish of the train that was yesterday named to honour Harry Patch, the last survivor of the First World War.
The train carries the famous Ode of Remembrance from Laurence Binyon's 1914 poem 'For the Fallen'.
The train passed through Dawlish yesterday, heading back to Plymouth shortly after it's official naming ceremony in Bristol, and will be travelling across the country to remember the fallen.
These fantastic photographs were captured by Dawlish Beach Cam as the train passed through the scenic town.
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