An Unforgettable ride awaits on the Royal Windsor Steam Express

An Unforgettable ride awaits on the Royal Windsor Steam Express

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Sit back, relax, and let the meditation of steam travel take you through masterpieces of art as you pass through countrysides. Enjoy an unforgettable ride onboard the Royal Windsor Steam Express to one of UK’s most popular destinations, the town of Windsor, Berkshire.

About Royal Windsor Steam Express

The Royal Windsor Steam Express is managed by The Steam Dreams Rail Co. Since its inception in 1999, the Company has been making dreams come true for steam train lovers! They have been running services with practical itineraries to popular Cathedral cities, beautiful coastal towns and gardens in the UK. Also on offer are some incredible holidays to The Highlands and Islands with Flying Scotsman and the Emerald Isle Craic Express.

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Royal Windsor Steam Express | Image: GYG

The Royal Windsor Steam Express takes you through beautiful countryside while experiencing exceptional dining options.

Your journey onboard the Royal Windsor Steam Express is one-way, giving you the flexibility to spend as much time in Windsor as you like.

A little about Windsor, Berkshire

Windsor Castle, Berkshire: View from the Cambridge Gate
Windsor Castle, Berkshire: View from the Cambridge Gate

Located on the River Thames in the southeast of England, Windsor has a rich mix of history, culture, heritage, and fun. Windsor is best known for its historical links to the British royal family. Towering over the town of Windsor is Windsor Castle, home to the British monarchy and the largest inhabited castle in the world. Built as a fortress to protect London, the royal castle is now a stately retreat of Queen Elizabeth II.

Things to do in Windsor – An overview

Visit the royal castle and learn about the castle’s 900 years of history. Marvel at the splendour of the State Apartments, renowned as the grandest apartments in England. There are paintings by Van Dyck and Rubens that hang from the walls. The ceilings are painted with elaborate, magnificent murals.

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The architecture inside St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Berkshire | Image: georgina_daniel

Pause a little while at St George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in 2018. The chapel is also the final resting place of departed kings and queens from England’s illustrious history. These include Henry VIII, Charles I, and now Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Later, take a stroll to Eton. Visit the grounds of its College – one of the largest secondary schools in the country and amongst the most prestigious. 

Aside from the castle, there’s much more to see and do, including visiting the award-winning Savill Garden, taking a guided tour of the town’s numerous cobbled streets and Tudor buildings, or enjoying a walk along the river.

For more ideas on what to do on your visit to the royal town, view article on Windsor Castle and Windsor in 1 day.

What to expect from the Royal Windsor Steam Express Train Ticket activity

Royal Windsor Steam Express
© Royal Windsor Steam Express

Your journey onboard the Royal Windsor Steam Express is one-way. You shall begin your journey from London Victoria. The route pass some of London’s famous landmarks including Chelsea Bridge, The Royal Hospital, and Battersea Power Station. Head towards the leafy suburbs, crossing the Thames and passing reservoirs and lakes to reach Windsor and Eton Riverside Station.

After spending an amazing day exploring Windsor, return to London from Windsor and Eton Riverside onboard the South Western Railways. Your destination in London is London Waterloo Station .

Your return ticket is flexible, and can be used anytime on the same day. This gives you as much time you need to explore the town of Windsor independently at your own pace.

Classes of Travel on the Royal Windsor Steam Express

Select between First Class or Standard outbound ticket.

A ride on The Royal Windsor Steam Express is a unique railway experience that offers two classes of travel to suit your occasion and budget.

First Class or Standard Class passengers may order from a range of delicious snacks or hot and cold drinks.

First Class travel on the Royal Windsor

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© Royal Windsor Steam Express | First Class

First Class passengers are automatically seated on tables for 4 so you may be seated with other passengers if you have less than 4 in your party.

Food and drinks may be purchased on-board. You are also welcome to bring your own food, drink or hampers on board.

Standard Class travel on the Royal Windsor Steam Express

Royal Windsor Steam Express Standard class
© Royal Windsor Steam Express | Standard Class

Passengers who opt to travel in Standard class will be seated in 1960s open carriages with large picture windows. The carriage has individual seating (as opposed to bench style seating) around tables of four.

Food and drinks may be purchased on-board. You are also welcome to bring your own food, drink or hampers on board.

What does Royal Windsor Steam Express Train Ticket activity include?

Royal Windsor Steam Express Train Ticket (1)

This experience onboard the Royal Windsor Steam Express is brought to you via Get Your Guide, Trusted Partners of Timeless Travel Steps.

The following Information is from Get Your Guide:

There are three options to starting time:

7:30 A.M. | 10:30 A.M. | 1:30 P.M.

1 | One-way steam train journey from London to Windsor and Eton Riverside;

2 | Reserved seats aboard the steam train;

3 | Flexible return train ticket in standard class from Windsor to London on South Western Railways.

What you need to know before you go on this trip:

Meet the representative at the booked time outside Hotel Chocolat on the main station concourse by platform 7;

Refreshments are available for purchase onboard;

This tour is unescorted;

The outbound steam train departs from London Victoria Station;

Return train is with South Western Railways;

Your return train arrives at London Waterloo Station;

Please note that your return train ticket is flexible but must be used on the same day;

Not suitable for wheelchair users.

COVID-19 Special information – Masks are required, please bring your own.

Note: Windsor Castle is closed to visitors every Tuesday and Wednesday in 2021

On a final note

The most stylish way to travel to Windsor is onboard the Royal Windsor and is available to book now.

From £56.00** > Outbound Royal Windsor Steam Express from Victoria Station, London + flexible return journey on the same day onboard standard South Western Railways to Waterloo Station London.

Plan ahead >> Book your seat onboard the Royal Windsor Steam Express Train

** prices correct at time of writing May 2021.

** Steam Dreams Railway Co.

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An Unforgettable ride on the Royal Windsor Steam Express
An Unforgettable ride awaits on the Royal Windsor Steam Express
An Unforgettable ride awaits on the Royal Windsor Steam Express

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Train Travel in UK A Quintessential Odyssey | Best 8 UK Scenic Train Journeys

Train Travel in UK

A Quintessential Odyssey | Best 8 UK Scenic Train Journeys

Alongside one of the oldest rail network in the world, UK boasts some modern networks as well that will have you enjoy very comfortable journeys. The rail network covers the whole country, serving more than 2,500 stations and the system is efficient and reliable. You are never too far away from a station dotted along the lines criss-crossing the country. You can leave London and be in Edinburgh in as little as 4 hours. From the mountains of Wales, the romantic coastlines of England to the dramatic and jagged coastline of Scotland, train travel takes you through unforgettable scenery. Add a touch of adventure to your relaxing, comfortable and scenic journey, making train travel in UK a quintessential odyssey. Here is a selection of the best 8 scenic train travel in UK that you would absolutely enjoy when travelling by train.

1 | Scotland’s West Highland Line – Jacobite Steam Train in Scotland | Train Traivel in UK

The Scottish Highlands boasts some of UK’s most scenic and dramatic views, and one of the best train journeys is onboard the Jacobite steam train.

A touch of adventure & what to experience with the Jacobite

The Jacobite departs just a short distance away from Ben Nevis, UK’s highest mountain. The steam train gently chugs along a 67 kilometres (42 miles) track to reach Mallaig, an established fishing village, the final destination.

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The Jacobite on the Glenfinnan Viaduct

The journey through majestic mountains, tranquil lochs, silvery beaches and mystical beauty enchants a train traveller in what is often described as one of the greatest railway journeys in the world. Perhaps the most recognisable part of this journey is when the Jacobite crosses the iconic arches of Glenfinnan Viaduct, a scene made popular by the Harry Potter movies. This beautifully curved 21-arched viaduct has become a major tourist attraction since.

Beyond this, the journey takes you through the beautiful villages of Lochailort, stops at the most westerly mainland railway station at Arisaig, passing the deepest freshwater lock in Britain, Loch Morar and finally arriving near the deepest seawater lock in Europe, Loch Nevis.  

Practical information:

Places to Stay:

Fort William | Edinburgh | Inverness

Activities and Related Tours:

From Edinburgh: Magical Highlands Tour with Hogwarts Express

From Inverness: Jacobite Steam Train and Highlands Tour

Full-Day Glenfinnan and Glencoe 8 Seater Tour from Inverness

Hogwarts Express and the Scenic Highlands Day Tour from Inverness

2-Day Inverness and the Highlands Small Group Tour from Edinburgh

Related tours by Get Your Guide | Related tours by Viator

The Route

Route: Fort William to Mallaig, Scotland

Journey time: 1 hour 23 minutes

Costs: £7.50

If you are travelling to Edinburgh or Inverness from London, you can easily purchase your tickets via Trainline for a comfortable and seamless journey. Book in advance and take advantage of offers on cheap tickets. Learn more about Trainline and the various ticket types from this article.

View Tickets, Times & Travel on Trainline: Link to Trainline services at the end of this article.

2 | Bluebell Railway – An experience not to be missed! | Train Travel in UK

Bluebell Railways | Train travel in UK
Bluebell Railways

Britain’s oldest preserved standard-gauge passenger railway, Bluebell takes you on a 11-mile scenic ride across one of England’s most beautiful countryside in Sussex.

A touch of adventure & what to experience at the Bluebell Railways

Go back in time

The steam locomotive runs between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, There are a number of vintage carriages that offer a quintessential experience and each of the railway stations are restored to a different period. Sheffield Park transports you back in time to the 1880s, while the refreshment room at Horsted Keynes takes you to the 1920s. A visit to Kingscote and you will experience rail travel in the 1950s. Railway staff are dressed in period clothing and you get to see the original working signal box as well. There’s a shop and a museum where you can spend some time learning more of the Bluebell Railway.

Bluebells

Bluebell Railways | Train travel in UK
Sea of Bluebells in spring

Sit back and enjoy a quintessential odyssey as you ride in the comfort and luxury of a bygone era. The journey takes you through an area adorned with a sea of beautiful bluebells as they come into bloom in Spring. Picturesque and postcard perfect scene.

A thorough English experience

While soaking in the beautiful Sussex countryside on this iconic ride, you may want to enjoy a thorough English experience as well. Book a seat on the Afternoon Tea Train where you will be served with a full afternoon tea which includes delicious sandwiches, scones and cakes.

Golden Arrow Dining

By far the most beautiful experience of all, is a ride on the Golden Arrow Pullman Dining Train. Recreating the once glamorous and famous Golden Arrow that linked London and Paris, the Pullman Dining Train is perfect for special occasions as it offers luxurious dining with style served to the standards of yesteryear.

Practical information on Bluebell Railways

Bluebell Railways is managed entirely by volunteers. It is open on specific days of the week, mainly on weekends.

An All Day Rover Ticket allows for as many train rides as you like.

Address: Park Station, Sheffield, Uckfield TN22 3QL | Tel: +44 1825 720800

Learn more about the Bluebell Railways and its operational hours by navigating to Bluebell Railways here.

How to get to Bluebell Railway

Sheffield Park Station (TN22 3QL)

Sheffield Park Station is the best point to join the Bluebell Railway. This is situated on the A275 East Grinstead – Lewes main road, about two miles north of its junction with the A272. The Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park is well signposted with brown tourist direction signs from the A22 and A23 trunk roads. .

By Train: From Victoria Station (London) to Cooksbridge (Southern towards Eastbourne). From Cooksbridge, take a bus, 121 towards Sheffield Park. Alight at Bluebell Railway.

View Tickets, Times & Travel on Trainline – Link at the end of this article.

3 | Snowdon Mountain Railway | Train Travel in UK

Snowdonia | Train Travel in UK
Beautiful sights of sheep in the mountains | Snowdonia

A unique mountain journey awaits any train traveller in UK when visiting Snowdonia, northwestern Wales. Marvel at the extraordinary and breathtaking landscape of Snowdonia National Park while onboard the Snowdon Mountain Railway as it ascends to the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

The railway begins its 7.5 kilometres (4.7 miles) track in Llanberis to the summit of Snowdon, at 1085 metres above sea level. Jump aboard one of the Railway’s oldest carriages, the Snowdon Lily or one of the contemporary ones for a modern feel.

A touch of adventure and what to experience at the Snowdon Mountain Railway

A place of legends and unparalleled scenic beauty

A place of legend, these ancient Snowdonian mountains were the result of volcanic forces 450 million years ago and once, stood at 10,000 metres above sea level.

Landscape of Snowdonia | Snowdonia Mountain Railway | Train Travel in UK | A quintessential Odyssey
Landscape of Snowdonia | Snowdonia Mountain Railway | Train Travel in UK | A quintessential Odyssey

Your odyssey begins just as soon as you leave Llanberis. The Snowdon Mountain Railway crosses over one of the two viaducts, offering you views of the the majestic waterfall, Ceunant Mawr that plunges into the gorge. The journey continues into the open countryside, dotted with abandoned dwellings. Passing Hebron Station, climbing higher, the Hill of the Falcon can be seen in the distant, home of the Peregrine Falcon, the world’s fastest animal. To the north of the Hill of the Falcon is a cave. Legend has it that Owain Glyndwr, the leader of the last Welsh rebellion lies in wait to rise and lead his people once more against the English.

Your adventure gets even better as the carriages climb ever higher giving you overwhelming views of the landscape from the very top. On a clear day you may spot Ireland, England, Scotland and the Isle of Man.

Georgina suggests: When at the Visitor Centre, try the Oggie, a Welsh type of pasty filled with local lamb and leeks.

Practical information on Snowdon Mountain Railway

Address:  Llanberis, Caernarfon LL55 4TU | Tel: +44 1286 870223

Open from 08:30am daily throughout the season (July-Oct 2020)

The destination is Clogwyn Station, which is ¾ distance to the summit of Snowdon. The journey time to Clogwyn is approximately 45 minutes and passengers have a 30-minute stop-over at this unsheltered station.  Please be aware that there are no facilities at Clogwyn, or on-board the trains. The service represents approximately 2-hour experience overall.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

Places to Stay near Snowdonia:

Stay at the very pretty town of Betws-y-Coed, right in the heart of Snowdonia. Select your accommodation here.

Activities to do in and around Snowdonia

From Llandudno: Full Day Snowdonia & the Three Castles Tour

From Llandudno: Portmeirion, Snowdonia, and Castle Tour

From London: Best of Wales 6-Day Tour

Guided Mountain Adventures

Half-Day Wales Snowdonia Nordic Walking Small-Group Experience

How to get to Snowdonia by train

You can easily get the train to Snowdonia no matter which part of UK you are at. There are direct services from London to Bangor that will take you to the popular North Wales coastal destinations. Make local connections via the Conwy Valley Line which runs through the Snowdonia National Park to Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog.

You could also take the North Wales Coast Line from Crewe to Holyhead which connects you to Bangor at the north-western edge of the park and Llandudno, where you can get the Conwy Valley Line down through the park as far as Blaenau Ffestiniog.

View Tickets, Times & Travel on Trainline – link at end of this article.

4 | Settle to Carlisle Railway | Train Travel in UK

Sunrise, Yorkshire Dales | Train Travel in UK
Sunrise, Yorkshire Dales, England

The Settle to Carlisle Railway in northern England was completed in 1876 and is arguably the most impressive of Victorian engineering. The track is approximately 115 kilometres (72 mile) and offers magnificent views of the North Pennines, Eden Valley and Yorkshire Dales. A thrilling experience for train travel in UK, the journey takes you through remote and scenic regions, crossing 21 viaducts and 14 tunnels.

A touch of adventure and what to experience at the Settle to Carlisle Railway

One of the most scenic journeys in UK

Ribblehead Viaduct | Settle to Carlisle Railway | Train Travel in UK
Ribblehead Viaduct | England

The most impressive of the 1 hour 40 minutes track is, without a doubt, the spectacular Ribblehead Viaduct with its 24 arches. The track takes you through the beautiful landscape of Cumbria. The Blea Moor Tunnel is one to look out for, built 5,000 feet beneath the Moor! It is a 2.4 kilometre railway tunnel and is the longest tunnel on the Settle-Carlisle Line. It’s located between Ribblehead Viaduct and Dent Railway. Also, don’t miss the Ais Gill. Ais Gill summit is the highest point in the Settle-Carlisle Railway at the Mallerstang Valley, at 356 m (1,169 ft) above sea level. The journey terminates at Carlisle. The historic city offers plenty to see and do, especially its 900 year old castle and cathedral.

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Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle, England

Practical information on Settle – Carlisle Railway

Places to Stay:

Settle | Carlisle | Edinburgh

The Route

From Settle Junction on the Leeds to Morecambe line, and Carlisle, near the English-Scottish borders.

Route: Settle to Carlisle

Journey time: 1 hour 40 minutes

Journey track: 115.47 kilometres | 71.75 miles

View Tickets, Times & Travel on Trainline – link at the end of this article.

5 | Durham to Berwick-upon-Tweed | Train Travel in UK

Durham Castle, England | Train Travel in UK
Durham Castle, Durham, UK

Another spectacular scenery awaits train travellers in UK when they embark on a journey in the northeast coast of England. Previously voted as the most scenic route in Britain, the Durham to Berwick-upon-Tweed journey offers idyllic views, much unknown and unspoilt of the Northumbrian countryside.

A touch of adventure and what to experience on the Durham to Berwick-upon-Tweed

Alnwick Castle | aka Harry Potter Castle | Train Travel in UK
Alnwick Castle, England

The journey begins in the historic city of Durham, a cobbled university city with a Romanesque cathedral, taking you through Newcastle-upon-Tyne and picturesque rugged countryside of Northumbria. Heading north to the northernmost in England, the pretty coastal border town of Berwick. The coastal scenery does take your breath away! It is an area in northern England that is home to magnificent and stunning landscapes just waiting to be explored. For history buffs, look out for Alnwick Castle and Banburgh Castle along the way – both dating back to the Norman Conquest. The track ends at Berwick-upon-Tweed. You could spend a relaxing day at this coastal town and/or visit Holy Island of Lindisfarne.

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Holy Island, Lindisfarne, England
The picturesque Holy Island, Lindisfarne, England

Holy Island is a tidal island, cutting off from the rest of the world twice daily when the tides rise. An island as well as a picturesque village, Holy Island of Lindisfarne carries a wealth of history and remains a place of pilgrimage. (Lindisfarne Priory, the birthplace of Lindisfarne Gospels, one of the world’s most precious books). The island is also the final destination of one of Scotland’s Great Trails.

Practical information on Durham to Berwick-upon-Tweed line

Places to Stay

Durham | Leeds

Activities to do in and around Durham

Durham: Historical Guided Walking Tour

Durham: Half Day City Tour

The Route

Route: Durham to Berwicj-upon-Tweed

Journey track: 114 kilometres ( 71 miles)

Journey time: 1 hour 4 minutes

View Tickets, Trains & Travel on Trainline – link at the end of this article

6 | The Cumbrian Coast Line | Train Travel in UK

Lake District, Cumbria
Lake District, Cumbria, England

The Cumbrian Coast Line runs an impressive scenic route keeping you close to the shoreline, making its way between Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness.

The scenic journey of 137 kilometres (85 miles), was chosen by Michael Portillo for the BBC Series, Great British Railways Journeys in 2010. The track offers train travel in UK one of the best scenic views, passing the fells of Lake District, quaint villages, rural countryside as well as the mountains on one side and the stunning views of the Irish Sea on the other. Much of the line dates back to 1800s and is punctuated by 26 stations, ordinarily giving a journey time of 2 hours and 30 minutes to 3 hours.

A touch of adventure and what to experience on the Cumbrian Coast Line

An adventure awaits…

The Cumbrian Coast Line is perfect for when exploring the outdoors in and around the Lake District National Park. Add a touch of adventure to your scenic journey and explore the legacy of the line at Millom Discovery Centre and enjoy a trip on the Ravenglass and Eskdale heritage railway. The town of Marypot that’s steeped in Roman history makes a perfect destination for history lovers.

Practical information on the Cumbrian Coast Line

Places to Stay:

Barrow-in-Furness

Activities in and around Cumbria

Western Lakes Full Day Tour

Lowther Castle & Gardens

Ten Lakes Full Day Tour

The Route

Route: From Carlisle to Barrow-in-Furness

Journey track: 137 km (85 miles)

Journey time: 3 hours

Costs: from £17.70 (depending on your time of travel)

View Tickets, Trains & Travel on Trainline: Link at the end of this article.

7 | The Riviera Line | Train Travel in UK

Paignton Pier, England
Paignton Pier, England

The Riviera Line is one of England’s best stretches of coastal railways, along the South Devon coast between Exeter and Paignton. The journey offers amazing views of spectacular beaches, green countryside and river crossings.

A touch of adventure and what to experience on the Riviera Line

The Riviera Line is a local line that departs from Exeter city centre, following the Exe Estuary and the coast. The journey includes nine stops in between, including at the seaside town of Dawlish and Teignmouth before heading onwards to the English Riviera. The train stops at Torre, closest for Torquay and Paignton, allowing you to step onto the beach in no time! The journey takes you through several picturesque villages, famous river crossings and beautiful countryside – sights which you may miss when driving.

Practical information on the Riviera Line

Places to Stay:

Exeter | Paignton

Activities and Tours

5 Day Tour from London to Devon & Cornwall

3 Day Stonehenge, Bath & South West Coast Tour

The Route

Route: Exeter to Paignton

Journey track: 46 km (28 miles)

Journey time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Costs: from £8.20 (depending on time of day and type of tickets

View Tickets, Trains & Travel on Trainline: Link to Trainline at the end of this article.

8 | St Ives Bay Line | St Erth to St Ives | Train Travel in UK

St Ives, Cornwall, England

This is one of the shortest rail journeys, less than 15 minutes but one of the best loved scenic train travel in UK – between St Erth and St Ives.

A touch of adventure and what to experience with the St Ives Bay Line

The train chugs along a pretty stretch of Cornish coastline, including the golden sands of Hayle Towans and Carbis Bay before terminating at St Ives. Short, swift and arguably one of the most enjoyable scenic rides one would experience. Head to the beach, explore the harbour, visit the Tate St Ives art gallery and wander the shops. The St Ives Bay Line also connects with services to Penzance in the south, making a coast to coast train travel in UK a splendid and viable option.

Practical information on the St Ives Bay Line

Places to Stay:

St Ives | Penzance | Truro

Activities and Tours

St Ives

Poldark Tour of West Cornwall

Doc Martin and The Legend of King Arthur Tour

Cornwall’s Wild West Tour 1

Cornwall 3 day tour. | Sunset Tour | Photography Workshop

Award Winning Luxury 5 day South West of England Tour

The Route

Route: St Erth to St Ives

Journey track: 7 km (4 miles)

Journey time: 12 minutes

Costs: £4.00 (depending on time of day and type of ticket)

View Tickets, Trains & Travel on Trainline: For all options, the link to Trainline is at the end of this article.


My thoughts on Train Travel in UK

Wherever you choose to go, experience the hidden gems right across the UK, onboard steam locomotives, across jaw-dropping viaducts, and through rugged terrains – it takes train travel in UK to a whole new level. A quintessential odyssey awaits.

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Is this post valuable to you in planning your scenic train travel in UK? If so please use the links in this article to book your journey, place to stay and accompanying activities as this will support in maintaining this site. I would love to hear your thoughts on this article – let me know in comments below or via Contact Form, Subscribe to join us at Timeless Travel Steps to receive all the latest news and events. As always, I am contactable at ggdaniel166@gmail.com for any further info or to design your itinerary for you.

Have a splendid time exploring UK by train.

Georgina xx


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