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Trains are just vehicles to travel with? Absolutely not! We empower the strength of the first steam trains all the way through to the latest magnetic super-trains. Learn more about the fantastic achievements on rails.

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  • Transsiberian: On Board the Zarengold Railway

    Experience the worlds longest railway line. The Zarengold Railway is a legend in the truest sense of the word. The mystic Tsar’s Gold Private Train will take you on the world’s most famous rail route from Moscow all the way to Beijing - a history of 100 years of operation.

  • Railcruise: Exploring Namibia in the Desert Express

    Namibia, a country that inspires yearning. Awe-inspiring landscapes and a variety of wildlife that takes your breath away. And all of it can be explored in a very special train journey. Take part in the cruise through the natural wonders of Namibia on board the luxurious Desert Express.

  • Railcruise: The Legendary Silk Road

    Places full of mystery and magic, oriental architecture of stupendous beauty. People who are world renown for their traditions, hospitality and zest for life. And a train which follows the traces of this legendary trade route and transforms a ride into a once in a lifetime experience. On board th...

  • Railcruise: Cruising Africa with Rovos Rail

    An epic train journey and adventure that only few people will ever experience. The train journey with Rovos Rail winds its way through South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania. 6,100 kilometres from Cape Town to Dar Es Salaam on Africa's tropical eastern coast. A journey that will op...

  • The Saving of the Settle-Carlisle Rail (Trailer)

    ...England's most scenic line, the Settle & Carlisle.

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  • The Saving of the Settle-Carlisle Railway

    There are few stories which delight us more than those involving a David & Goliath battle, where the underdog overcomes the inequalities of the fight to emerge the victor. This programme tells one such tale, where a group of railway enthusiasts overcame the might of British Rail to prevent them f...

  • The Furness Railway

    Our journey along the Furness Railway takes us from Lancaster to Barrow-in-Furness aboard a Class 153 DMU of Northern Rail. We begin on the tracks of the old Lancaster & Carlisle Railway, now the West Coast Mainline, this section of which opened in 1846. First stop is at Carnforth, famous for the...

  • The Llangollen Railway: Feature

    This short introductory film sets the scene for our journey on the Llangollen Railway, exploring the town of Llangollen, an important staging post on the A5 road to Holyhead. Whet your appetite for the experience that lies in store aboard a Class 5101 Large Prairie of Great Western Railway.

  • The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

    The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a standard-gauge, steam-operated branch which takes us through Bronté country from its terminus at Oxenhope to Keighley and back. It's a popular line for film and television companies to use as a backdrop for their productions, and you'll immediately see why...

  • The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway: Feature

    This introduction to the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway journey provides a taster of what's to come. Combining the history of the line with the story of how it was saved and turned into a thriving tourist attraction, this short film will inspire you to take your seat for the full experience on t...

  • The Welsh Highland Railway

    The Welsh Highland Railway is something of a modern day wonder. The narrow-gauge steam line connects Porthmadog with Caernarfon, passing through some beautiful scenery, and past the base of Snowdon along the way. The journey begins from the station it shares with the Ffestiniog Railway, and the f...

  • The Manx Electric Railway

    Prepare for an epic journey along the Manx Electric Railway from Douglas to Ramsey. This impeccably preserved Victorian tramway routes along the Isle of Man's east coast, providing some impressive seascapes along the way. There's plenty of time to take in the view and hear about the history of th...

  • The Isle of Man Steam Railway

    The Isle of Man Steam Railway is one of three government-run Victorian transport systems which continue to thrive on the island. The narrow-gauge Steam Railway carries passengers on an hour-long trip from Douglas, on the east coast, to Port Erin on the west.
    The weather is stunning for this trip...

  • The Ffestiniog Railway

    The rugged backdrop of North Wales is the setting for our journey along the Ffestiniog Railway from the coastal town of Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog. This is no ordinary journey. We'll be pulled by Merddin Emrys, a brilliantly designed Double Fairlie narrow-gauge steam locomotive, built at th...

  • The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway

    The picturesque seaside village of Ravenglass is home to an intriguing steam narrow-gauge railway. The Ravenglass & Eskdale - known to its friends as La'al Ratty - will carry us seven miles up the valley to the terminus at Dalegarth, a climb of 170 feet with gradients as steep as 1 in 40.
    We're ...

  • The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway: Feature

    This short film sets the scene for a journey along the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway on Cumbria's west coast. The miniature steam locomotives are a delight, and run on tracks that are just fifteen inches wide. Yet despite their diminutive size, these are engineering marvels which can pull a large ...

  • The Llangollen Railway

    We're in Wales for this journey on the standard gauge Llangollen Railway, travelling for ten miles alongside the River Dee from the picturesque town of Llangollen west to Corwen. We're travelling on the footplate of a Class 5101 Large Prairie of Great Western Railway, and there's plenty to see on...

  • The Settle-Carlisle Railway

    The Settle-Carlisle is described as England's most scenic Railway. It forges a path through some of Britain's most rugged countryside, driving across peat bogs on vast viaducts and deep under mountains in long, dark tunnels. Perhaps, what's most astonishing is that it was constructed largely by...

  • The Snaefell Mountain Railway: Up

    The Snaefell Mountain Railway is one of the Isle of Man's magnificently preserved Victorian transport systems. Opened in 1895, it provides an effortless way of getting to the summit to enjoy the spectacular views of the island, the Irish Sea, and the kingdoms beyond.
    This trip takes us from Lax...

  • The Snaefell Mountain Railway: Down

    The Snaefell Mountain Railway is one of the Isle of Man's magnificently preserved Victorian transport systems. Opened in 1895, it provides an effortless way of getting to the summit to enjoy the spectacular views of the island, the Irish Sea, and the kingdoms beyond.
    This trip takes us from Summ...

  • The Cumbria Coast Railway: Part 1

    The Cumbria Coast Railway winds its way along the north-west coast of England, from Barrow-in-Furness in the south, eventually finding its way to the Railway City of Carlisle, where once no fewer than seven railway companies converged. In the first part of this journey we travel as far as the his...

  • The Cumbria Coast Railway: Part 2

    In the second part of our journey along the Cumbria Coast Railway we travel from the historic seafaring port of Whitehaven to the regional centre, Carlisle. The early section of the route takes us on a winding trip along the shoreline, with the blue waters of the Irish Sea just a few metres from ...

  • All Aboard: East Coast Trains - Season 1, Ep.1

    The breakfast crew serves a trainload of sleep-deprived commuters. After half a century on the job, York Station’s J.R. dispatches his last-ever train. Assigned to station security, new recruit Liam investigates an alarming situation. Then, a mystery shopper puts onboard service to the test. And ...