Penzance looks straight across at the grandeur of St Michael's Mount. The seaside attractions vie with the museums, shops, Georgian and Regency streets to attract the attention of visitors.
|Pullman Style Dining||£849|
Full Terms and Conditions for this tour, along with the deposit schedule can be found here.
This trip is rostered to be double-headed by 61306 Mayflower and 5596 Bahamas throughout. Find out more about these locomotives below or on our locomotives webpage.
LMS Jubilee Class 5596 Bahamas is a preserved British steam locomotive.
The locomotive was built as a standard Jubilee Class in 1934 by the North British Locomotive Company for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS). In May 1961, under the ownership of British Railways, Bahamas was the recipient of several experimental modifications aimed at improving the steam engine. In July 1966, Bahamas was withdrawn from traffic. A preservation society was founded and raised the money to purchase it from British Rail to prevent it from being scrapped.