Belmond’s ‘Royal Scotsman’ luxury landcruise train – more usually confined to itineraries within Scotland – embarks on an annual seven-night grand tour of Britain, visiting popular tourist spots in England and Wales.
On the third leg from Edinburgh to Chester on July 7, No. 66746 leads the train through Carnforth.
No. 66743 was on the rear of the train, which also visited Aviemore, Bath, Cambridge, Scarborough and Alnmouth. AIDAN FORT
Read more News and Features in the August 2019 issue of The RM –on sale now!
Railway ReadsFrom the history of steam through to 21st century rail transport news, we have titles that cater for all rail enthusiasts. Covering diesels, modelling, steam and modern railways, check out our range of magazines and fantastic subscription offers.
Get The Railway Hub Weekly Round-upEnter your e-mail address below and you will receive weekly rail news straight into your inbox...
You can unsubscribe at any time.
About the Author
- Centenarian cameraman: Ron Buckley – Britain’s Oldest Railway Photographer:Part Two - 13th October 2020
- Delivering a bigger, better railway for Scotland - 6th October 2020
- Water troughs: Simple, revolutionary invention for long-distance rail travel - 28th September 2020