The UK's Holiday Island and Dinosaur Capital of Great Britain, the Isle of Wight is the perfect destination at any time of year. Your ferry connection times will need to be booked separately.
This trip is planned to start from London Victoria and return London Waterloo. Passengers may also join at Wimbledon in the morning to alight at Waterloo on the return journey. There will be no stop at Wimbledon on the return.
Fares for this tour start from £89 in Premium Standard, £139 in First Class, £189 in Premier Dining and £249 in Pullman Style Dining.
To see a description of the classes of travel, click here
Dining passengers returning to London Waterloo in the evening will receive a three course evening meal. Dining passengers leaving the train at Woking in the evening will receive a 2 course evening meal.ISLE OF WIGHT
Isle of Wight Steam Railway - You will have time to visit the heart of the railway at Havenstreet as well as a journey along the full length of the line. Passenger taking this option are allocated tickets on the 1240 ferry from Portsmouth Harbour. On the return journey after taking the Island Line back to Ryde you may choose from 3 ferry times for the return back to Portsmouth Harbour, 1710, 1810, 1847. Please note return ferry time must be selected at the time of booking or a time may be allocated to you.
Osborne House - Enjoy a trip to visit the palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria with 3-4 hours to explore the House, gardens and grounds including Victoria's private beach. Passengers taking this option are allocated tickets on the 1215 ferry from Portsmouth Harbour and the 1847 ferry back to Portsmouth Harbour.
The steam locomotive for this trip is still to be confirmed.
Rostered locomotives will be updated on the Steam Dreams website as they are confirmed throughout the year.
Motive power is likely to be from a pool of steam locomotives including; 61306 Mayflower, 46233 Duchess of Sutherland, 46201 Princess Elizabeth, 60009 Union of South Africa, 45596 Bahamas, 45699 Galatea, 45690 Leander, 35018 British India Line and various Black Fives.
|Isle of Wight||TBC||TBC|