Belmond's British Pullman's art deco carriages take travellers back to the Roaring '20s, making it the most luxurious way to experience England's countryside.
Train enthusiast Michael Palin called the commuter line "one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world" across Northern Ireland's most stunning areas.
Welcome, Scotland's deluxe sleeper train. With 24 seats, the ship is comfortable and private. Excellent dining, en-suite accommodations, an independent spa, and a verandaed observation vehicle are highlights.
Instagrammers love this old Scottish railway from Fort William to Mallaig for its views of craggy mountains, vast lakes, and the Harry Potter-themed 21-arch Glenfinnan Viaduct.
British people overlook the Settle-Carlisle Railway, which travels 73 miles of stunning terrain and passes through lonely and mountainous areas.
This 10-minute ride is worth it, and you may ride it as many times as you like to make a day of it.
This Victorian narrow-gauge train is a tourist attraction and must-ride for Snowdon climbers, but the breezy views are worth it.
The beautiful Lowlander and Highlander routes across Scotland connect London to Edinburgh on one of the few remaining sleeper trains in the U.K.