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Reasons why trains are more environmentally friendly!

  As we become more aware of the climate crisis facing our planet, more people are deciding to eat ethically, buy ethically and live ethically.  Reducing our carbon footprint is part of a larger plan to minimise the effect of climate change....

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Staycation honeymoons you can reach by train!

Weddings take a lot of time and a lot of money. After the ceremonies are over, you may not feel like you can afford or be bothered to travel abroad – but you don’t have to! More couples are choosing to staycation...

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Places to Go – Rothesay and the Isle of Bute

Places To Go is a monthly feature by UK rail expert and Director of NationalRail.com, Alex Nelson. This month he visits Rothesay and the Isle of Bute: It’s 16 miles by road from Rhubodach (pronounced “Rubber Duck”) in the north to Kilchattan...

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Beautiful places to go wild camping in Scotland!

If you’re an outdoorsy person, you’ll have heard about the recent talks to legalise wild camping in England and Wales. Although the initial response was positive from Parliament, the idea has since received backlash. Experienced campers have argued that incentive took away...

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Egg-citing Easter activities across the UK!

The Easter holidays are just around the corner and filling the two-week void created by the school holidays can be daunting. There’s plenty to do this Easter so why not hop along to some Easter events? In case you haven’t noticed, it’s...

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Get tiddly in the UK’s Unusual pubs!

Whether it’s a catch up with your friends, some quick hearty grub or a romantic couple of drinks – the answer is always the pub. Britain is internationally known for its pub culture. Stumble into any village, town or city and you’ll...

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Places to Go: Stoke-on-Trent

Places to Go is a monthly feature written by NationalRail.com’s stationmaster, Alex Nelson. His passion for the UK rail network combined with his desire to travel to new locations have inspired him to write a regular piece on UK tourism. In January I...

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