Amanda Owen leaves Our Yorkshire Farm fans misty eyed with a trip down memory lane in latest snaps | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen has delighted fans with a trip down memory lane in the latest snaps she uploaded on social media.

The Yorkshire shepherdess posted a series of adorable snaps of her children waving at a train passing.

The train passing was the Settle to Carlisle line – a long main railway line in northern England.

It's one of the most impressive railways in the UK, with viaducts, tunnels and the wild scenery of the North Pennies, Eden Valley and Yorkshire Dales.

Amanda and her three youngest children reenacted the classic family adventure movie, The Railway children.

Along with the adorable snaps, Amanda tweeted: "

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"The railway children, must be splendid views from the train window on the Settle to Carlisle line."

Fans were thrilled to see the sweet snaps of Amanda's little ones, with one tweeting: "Oh how lovely for the passengers to see your gorgeous girls – as well as the fabulous views."

Another gushed: "How delightful."

"Loving it. The Railway Children was one of my favourite movies as a kid," another wrote.

A fourth wrote: "Oh that's fabulous, great pictures – that takes me back some years. The Railway Children; love to the Owens family."

While a fifth, praised: "Your kids are lovely."

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The Yorkshire shepherdess has gained a loyal fanbase since the hit Channel 5 TV show first appeared on our screens back in 2018.

The mum-of-nine has since soared in popularity as the nation became obsessed with her unique life in the Yorkshire dales.

The popular docu-series, which depicts life on the couple’s farm, has become Channel 5’s most watched show with more than three million viewers watching every episode.

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