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You will maybe know of my love of overseas train travel, especially in the east of Europe and you can of course read about my adventures on over 15,000km of track in the region by downloading my ebook on Amazon. Here are a few train pictures from my travels in the region….
It’s been a while since I posted. A combination of losing my iPad (a cunning plan to get a better new one according to Mrs Wilbur!) and a busy Summer watching open air concerts in the sunshine (and one horrendous storm in Hyde Park watching Michael Buble, my wife’s Christmas present before you decry me […]
On my third inter-rail trip undertaken in 1992, we took a train from Warsaw to Kraków where we spent a few hours before carrying on to Budapest. Almost 26 years later I was to repeat the journey on what I swear was the same train! This time I at least had a seat in an […]
Recent post on my train travel sister site www.ontrack.blog
Such is the hot competition in Europe, my next five cities all make splendid destinations for short breaks. We really are spoiled for choice! 25 Vilnius Fairly low on my list, but still well worth a visit. Plenty of nice architecture on view and the usual mix of churches, [palaces, municipal buildings and cobbled streets. […]
This is more an account of several train tours undertaken between 2006 and 2014, which form the basis of my second published work ‘On The Beaten Track’, available as an e-book download or a printed tome from Amazon. In all the book gives an account of over 15,000 track kilometres in the region, with a […]
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