The Channel Tunnel opened to passengers on November 14, 1994, but the idea stretched much further back than that.
Exquisite champagne and a seven-course meal competes with sumptuous Alpine vistas.
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Sleep your way to Scotland in a tiny tartan-tinged room and have haggis for breakfast.
He's the former railway station manager turned global train guru: meet Mark Smith, aka the Man in Seat 61.
Whether they're gleaming modern speedsters, luxury sleepers or old-school rattlers, trains are the ultimate way to travel.
Take Switzerland's oldest mountain railway to the summit of Mount Rigi and you're in for a ride through a spectacular winter wonderland.
Travel by rail is booming, partly because of Europe's new "flight shame" movement.
From Vancouver on Canada's west coast to Banff in Alberta's Rocky Mountains aboard the Rocky Mountaineer.
Whether it's high-speed, luxury or an old rattler, people have become so obsessed with train travel for a reason.
The Mayflower was built in 1948 and still sports the original apple-green British Rail livery.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Channel Tunnel, here are 25 facts about the modern engineering marvel.