Cathedral Express steam train will embark from Cheam

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Do the locomotion: Let off some steam in July Do the locomotion: Let off some steam in July

A luxury steam train will depart from Cheam taking passengers on a journey through the Kent and Surrey countryside.

The Britannia Class locomotive will chug away its down to Canterbury, where people can hop off and explore the city and its cathedral.

‘The Cathedrals Express’ will depart from Cheam station at 10am, and passengers can enjoy a 4-5 course meal on the 4-hour trip.

It is being operated by ‘Steam Dreams’, who offer tours up and down the UK.

The train leaves on Saturday July 5, with ticket prices ranging from £99 to £225.

To book call 01483 209 888.
 

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8:41am Tue 3 Jun 14

Mr Flange of Wallington says...

Is this a free ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE or what?
Is this a free ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE or what? Mr Flange of Wallington
  • Score: 5

9:56am Tue 3 Jun 14

emelem says...

July 5 and Dec 9 only :-(
July 5 and Dec 9 only :-( emelem
  • Score: -1

11:53am Tue 3 Jun 14

Binsanity says...

Sutton The Green Bourough, my foot. Incinerator emissions, feeble recycling figures and a steam train "chugging" away, just what we needed.
Sutton The Green Bourough, my foot. Incinerator emissions, feeble recycling figures and a steam train "chugging" away, just what we needed. Binsanity
  • Score: -9

8:24am Fri 27 Jun 14

sfocata says...

Binsanity - could you explain how a local authority is expected to have control over privately owned train operators using privately owned tracks and privately owned stations?

It all sounds rather sweet to me... just expensive and a bit limited date-wise.
Binsanity - could you explain how a local authority is expected to have control over privately owned train operators using privately owned tracks and privately owned stations? It all sounds rather sweet to me... just expensive and a bit limited date-wise. sfocata
  • Score: 0

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