Given that Great Britain was home to the first full-scale working railway, it’s not surprising that it still has a very impressive train network. From the White Cliffs of Dover to the Scottish Highlands, from London to the Lake District, you can count on the trains to take you on an exploratory trip through the country’s history and heritage. Whether you’re travelling to the capitals of London, Edinburgh or Cardiff, to the traditional rural towns of the Cotswolds or to Cornwall, there’s always available rail to make your
adventure the best of British.
UK rail network as below:
|Route (point to point tickets)||Best Travel Time|
|Glasgow <> Edinburgh||0hrs 58mins|
|London Kings Cross <> York||1 hr 51 mins|
|London Kings Cross <> Cambridge||0 hrs 48 mins|
|London Kings Cross <> Newcastle||2 hrs 51 mins|
|London St Pancras <> Nottingham||1 hr 44 mins|
|London Euston <> Manchester Piccadilly||2 hrs 07 mins|
|London Euston <> Birmingham New Street||1 hr 22 mins|
|Birmingham New Street <> Glasgow Central||3 hrs 57 mins|
|Manchester Piccadilly <> Edinburgh Haymarket||3 hrs 18 mins|
Train Companies run many different types of trains across the rail network, offering a range of facilities.
All trains are totally non-smoking and offer Standard seating.
Some trains offer additional facilities such as:
- Seat reservations (compulsory reservation may be required, such as LNER services in peak hours)