Newly-named train Y Cymro marks Severn Tunnel reopening
A train running between south Wales and London has been renamed Y Cymro - The Welshman - to mark the reopening of the Severn Tunnel.
The 07:28 service from Swansea becomes the fourth named train running on weekdays between there and Paddington.
The tunnel reopened on Saturday after a six-week closure for electrification works.
Rail company GWR thanked passengers for their patience during the disruption while the work was carried out.
Alongside Y Cymro, the other Welsh named trains are The Red Dragon, St David and The Capitals United.