TEN locomotives will be taking to the tracks for a steam gala.

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is staging the four-day event, starting on Thursday, March 9.

Stars of the gala will include the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Jubilee class loco Leander.

It was built 87 years ago and weighs in at over 130 tons.

Also joining the line up are two visiting Black Fives, which are often found hauling The Jacobite in Scotland over the summer season.

The Black Five was acclaimed as one of the most successful mixed traffic steam locomotives ever and described as the "go anywhere, do anything" engine. Over 840 were built between 1934 and 1951.

Other attractions at the gala will include demonstrations, a steam crane and guided tours of the yard and workshop at Haworth. Extensive passenger services will be in operation.

For further information and ticket details, go to kwvr.co.uk.