To board this train is to step back into an age of elegance, of opulence, and of going slowly.
The sign reads, 'No Litter, No Smoking—and somewhat bizarrely—No Kissing.' There's nothing ordinary about this train journey.
Some are grand and old; others flash and new, but whatever their nature, there is no escaping the romance of a railway hotel.
You will want for nothing on board this incredible train.
A journey that leads to one of the most sensational views I've ever seen.
For convenience, reliability and cost, it's unbeatable. And that doesn't even factor in the scenery.
A poll of 22,000 people has suggested that most prefer to take the train. And we're inclined to agree. Here's why.
Want to experience a great train journey without the price tag? Here are nine of the best and cheapest train trips to take.
From the train that does 430 km/h to the one that travels 5072 metres above sea level, these are the world's most incredible rail trips.
In the second half of the 20th century, train travel went off the rails. But here's why it has made a comeback.
Railway stations are evocative, personal, and so much more interesting than airports or bus stations. Steve Meacham lists some of the best.
It's been 20 years since the first fast train sped through the Channel Tunnel, changing travel between the UK and Europe forever.