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Mesmerising footage captures the practice run for Dartmouth's Train of Lights 2022 as it passes through the countryside

Christmas is coming! And it's in the form of a neon-light train. Enchanting footage captures a magical practice run for Dartmouth's Train of Lights 2022 as it passes through the countryside Tuesday (22 Nov). Professional photographer Scott Williams, 48, was joined by his three-year-old daughter Kerkyra to take in the scene from a bridge. Footage shows the Dartmouth steam railway train covered from front to back in vibrant LED lights. Scott, from Paignton, Devon, says: “We went to wait for the wonderful Train of Lights earlier this evening chuffing through Goodrington on its way down to Kingswear from Paignton. "This was a practice run today before it's open to the public this Friday for five weeks during the Christmas season. "It was so magical watching if puff along this beautiful stretch of coast twinkling along the way. "It was a great experience for us." Scott shot the footage from a railway bridge in Goodrington, near Paignton. The Train of Lights 2022 festive illuminated journey starts at Queen's Park Station, Paignton, and features vintage carriages decorated with thousands of lights, both inside and out. Its journey take in the 450-metre Greenway tunnel that "leads you to the enchanted forest which will be transformed by a multitude of lights". The stunning show ends as you leave the forest to be greeted by the twinkling lights of Dartmouth reflected on the river Dart.

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