Category UK Trains

The Jacobite

Originally posted on On Track:
In the mid nineties I took my first trip on the Jacobite steam train from Fort William to the port of Mallaig as part of my first ever visit to Scotland whilst visiting some friends. In 2011 I ventured to it for a second time following a sponsored climb up…

Wordless Wednesday – Tyne Bridges

On Track

I am pleased to announce the launch my new website, a site dedicated to rail travels around the world. This will be a sister site to Wilbur’s Travels focussing on my train journeys around the world. With well in excess of 200 overseas rail journeys undertaken overseas since 1987, I have plenty of material […]

North, South, East & West, England’s Trains Are A Mess

After months of misery for me courtesy of Southern Rail, the whole country has felt the pain caused by Storm Doris.  My journey this afternoon started in Peterborough at 1pm as I headed to my home in Surrey. I boarded a train that was shown to be about to leave, totally unaware that many passengers […]