British Railways

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Great British Railway journeys

It is not easy to determine which one is the most spectacular route in Britain. If some would say that the stretch line through Dawlish in Devon is stunning, others enjoy traveling in Dingwall, on Kyle of Lochalsh. There are many gorgeous railways and they all need to be explored properly. Here is the National Electronic Sectional Appendix’s guide with the railways that must be traveled in Britain.

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Travel by train in Great Britain

Although traveling by bus from Exeter to Teignmouth is pleasant, a trip by train would be lovely. You will pass through tunnels and on cliffs, waves will break right over the tracks and you will feel the breeze blowing through your hair as the train will take overwhelming curves. Yet Inverness – Thurso – Wick is one of the most astonishing railways. It is the most northerly line in Britain and it passes through one of the wildes regions of the country.

Take the Mallaig train in Fort William and you will pass over Rannoch moor and over Glenfinnan viaduct. Discover parts of Britain you did not know existed and charm your eyes with the landscapes where amazing movies such as "Highlander" and "Local Hero" were filmed. Explore the Northumbian coast on a train trip! Sit comfortably on a window seat and admire the scenic views while you pass by Lindisfarne and Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Take the Mallaig train in Fort William and you will pass over Rannoch moor and over Glenfinnan viaduct. Discover parts of Britain you did not know existed and charm your eyes with the landscapes where amazing movies such as "Highlander" and "Local Hero" were filmed. Explore the Northumbian coast on a train trip! Sit comfortably on a window seat and admire the scenic views while you pass by Lindisfarne and Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Travelers of all ages will love to explore by train these wonderful places. Pack your bags and venture al across Britain in these appealing train trips!