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A thriving country market town with a fascinating history, Alton had the most valuable market in the Doomsday Book.
Travel to the stunning roman city of Bath and explore its many museums and places of interest. It has some of the very finest architectural sights in Europe including the Roman Baths and Pump Room, Pulteney Bridge, the Abbey and Royal Crescent.
Blenheim Palace is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough. Fares include coach transfer and entry to the Palace. To book the Illuminated Christmas Trail select this optional excursion from the optional extras.
Visit the vibrant town of Bournemouth with its seven miles of gorgeous golden sands and sparkling sea. With a wide selection of shops and restaurants along the seafront, beautiful award winning gardens, Bournemouth really is a resort for all ages.
Alight at Diss for the short coach transfer to Bressingham Steam & Gardens, where landscaped gardens, woodlands and 4 miles of narrow gauge railways await you. You'll also find the Dad's Army museum here too.
Often referred to as the city of bridges, boats and Brunel, Bristol is full of things to do and see. From the remodelled docklands, Brunels Clifton Suspension Bridge and SS Great Britain, the Maritime Museum, to the zoo and gardens.
Cambridge is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in England.The University buildings form a magnificent backdrop to the compact city with the River Cam winding through the centre and alongside the "backs" - the beautiful parks.
Visit Cardiff Castle with its Roman walls, Norman keep and stunning medieval halls. Cardiff's city centre provides an vibrant mix of old and new, with beautiful Llandaff Cathedral and the lovely National History Museum alongside the harbour.
The trip to Carlisle takes you over the Settle & Carlisle railway to the ancient Border City, which dates back to Roman times, there is much to see and do. Highlights include the magnificent Castle founded in 1092 and Citadel built by Henry VIII.
The historic walled border town and ancient port of Chepstow commands the entrance to the Lower Wye Valley.
Founded 2,000 years ago on the banks of the River Dee, it is the most complete walled city in Britain.
The spire of Chichester Cathedral soars over the Sussex plain and can be seen for miles around. The Tudor Market Cross stands at the centre of the four main Georgian shopping streets which also offer many pubs, restaurants and tea rooms.
Nestled under the dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle is one of the most beautiful villages in England. With breathtaking views across Purbeck, you can't fail to be captivated by these romantic castle ruins.
We join the Mid Norfolk Railway at the main line connection at Wymondham covering the whole length of the line before returning to the main station at Dereham where you will have some time to explore the town.
Travel between Duffield and Wirksworth, in the Derbyshire Peak District, with heritage steam, diesel or diesel railcar services along Derbyshire's longest heritage railway.
This delightful city is dominated by the magnificent Cathedral standing high above the fens, with its unique Octagon Tower. Experience the famous and unique Stained Glass Museum or visit Oliver Cromwell's House.
Exeter was first settled over 2,000 years ago and has a wealth of architectural heritage.The vibrant life of the city is epitomised by its revitalised quayside, varied shopping centres and majestic Gothic St Peter's Cathedral and the Roman City Wall.
Gloucester is home to some beautiful ancient monuments, and one of the country's best-loved cathedrals, founded in 700AD. One of Europe's architectural glories,the glazed cloisters are the most complete medieval example in England.
Great Yarmouth is famous as a family holiday destination, bursting with fun things to do, activities for all, shows and attractions stretching along the fabled Golden Mile and the huge expanse of pristine beach.
Enjoy a wonderful scenic journey along the North Wales Coast to the Isle of Anglesey.
Select this destination for the option to visit the Royal Gardens of Highgrove. Excursion must be booked separately at the optional extras stage.
This vibrant harbour town on the banks of the picturesque River Dart is the perfect summer getaway
Lincoln offers an experience rich in history combined with boutique shopping, great arts and culture. Today the world famous Cathedral and castle are at the centre of a vivacious city offering plenty of choice for sightseers.
Enjoy an day out to Britain's capital city. Many of London's top attractions are easily accessible, including Buckingham Palace, the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.
A delightful little town, home to the Dean Forest Railway.Lydney is also home to a historic dockyard and harbour, once used for transporting coal, stone and timber from the nearby Forest of Dean.
Situated at the edge of the Peak District on the River Derwent wander the pretty Victorian streets with neat stone houses or head down river to Matlock Bath with its many attractions including a cable railway to Heights of Abraham and the Masson Cavern.
With views of the Somerset coastline and the Quantock Hills this heritage railway is the perfect destination travelling through rolling hills, unspoilt villages and past cliffs and coast to the sea.
A city with such a lively atmosphere, visitors never fail to be captivated, and as it's such a compact place, you'll find plenty to do without travelling too far. Wander down to the waterfront, now lined with designer bars, restaurants and public art.
A city rich in medieval churches and beautiful buildings. Walking around Norwich feels like stepping back in time, surrounded by ancient architecture including the iconic Cathedral with its 315 foot spire and the largest Cathedral Close in England.
The City of Dreaming Spires is a must-see destination with its world-famous universities and musuems. Add to this the beautiful River Thames winding through the city and lovely parks & gardens and the main problem will be deciding how to spend your time.
From the naval and maritime heritage, to towering world-class visitor attractions, museums and galleries, unique shopping destinations, great places to eat and miles of beautiful waterfront, Portsmouth offers something for everyone.
The Northern terminus of the Peak Rail heritage line. Complete with steam engine restoration shed and a 60 ft working turntable, the station is situated within a 28 acre site and is the main base of Peak Rail.
The home of the tallest Cathedral spire in England and known as "The city in the countryside", the magnificent medieval city of Salisbury has it all, historic streets and alleyways alongside a range of attractions.
A beautiful 16 mile trip awaits passengers on the Severn Valley Railway through sleepy Worcestershire and Shropshire following the course of the River Severn.
The mellow stone buildings of the pretty town of Sherborne are home to many delightful shops. Set in the middle of the delightful town and only a few minutes walk from the station, Sherborne Abbey has been a Cathedral, a Parish Church and a Monastery.
The award winning sandy beaches of Swanage make this traditional Victorian town a great family day out set at the heart of Purbeck, and built around a beautiful bay sheltered from the north by Ballard Down and at the south, Peveril Point.
The Bluebell Railway was the first preserved standard gauge passenger line in the world.
A 10-mile long heritage line in the heart of Hampshire, in the pretty market town of Alresford. The Mid Hants Railway is known affectionately as the "Watercress Line" due to their connection with transporting watercress to London.
This Olympic venue has become a summer favourite with The Cathedrals Express.
Weymouth's Georgian seafront is an impressive backdrop to the long arc of fine, golden sand. Other attractions include the Nothe Fort, a nearby Victorian fortress.
What could be more enjoyable than a steam train trip around the beautiful Kent coast? This circular tour offers the leisurely pace of steam travel without the need to get off the train with glorious views of the White Cliffs and English Channel.
This historic cathedral city stands on the banks of the River Severn and the magnificent Cathedral, dating back to the 11th century, is the burial place of infamous King John and offers unequalled views of the Malvern Hills and Cotswolds from its tower.
Yeovil Junction houses a collection of railway memorabilia at the Yeovil Railway Centre. The steam locomotives are turned here on the original turntable, serviced and topped up with coal and water for the return trips, which is fascinating to watch.
Explore the quaint cobbled streets of York which offer something for everyone. The stunning Minster with its renowned Rose window is a must-see for any new visitor to York. The National Railway Museum is home to a large collection of notable locomotives.