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Save up to 20% off BritRail Passes

Great value on autumn and winter travel Now’s the time to appreciate low season travel to Britain, where you can avoid the summer crowds and enjoy great savings! Explore England, Scotland and Wales this November, December, January or February and save up to 20% off BritRail’s most popular passes. Take the classic BritRail Pass: for...
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I’d recommend the BritRail FlexiPass any day of the week.

By Susan Wood Gold medals at the Olympic Games aside, Great Britain would win hands down over the United States on rail travel. In my two weeks of covering England, I only felt like I needed a car one day to get up at 3:15am in Bath to catch the Olympic torch at sunrise at...
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UK Inspired! Get Free BritRail Upgrade to 1st Class for 2013 Travel

From July 20th to August 31st, 2012 With Britain in the spotlight this summer, it’s sure to inspire viewers to add this beautiful destination to their 2013 travel plans. And now you get a free upgrade to 1st class for 2013 travel when you buy a 4 or 8 day BritRail Flexi Pass between July...
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BritRail Celebrates The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a Royal Promotion

Get an extra travel day on the BritRail London Plus Pass From June 1st to June 30th, 2012 In honor of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, BritRail is offering up a promotion that transports visitors beyond the City of London and allows them to experience more of England’s coastal beauty and historic charm: from June 1st...
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Endlessly and Effortlessly Enjoying Britain by Rail

By: Ruth J. Katz  (Style and Travel Editor / Promenade Magazine / New York City) Just in time for an upcoming trip to London, BritRail has sent me, in my inbox, a missive touting a promotion on rail travel.  How lucky am I?  It’s not enough that I adore traveling on comfy and cozy BritRail,...
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BritRail’s Exciting Extra Day Promotion

Get even greater value on rail passes purchased between March 15 and April 15, 2012 Britain is a top travel destination this year hosting some big events, namely the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics, as well as its usual array of inviting cities and numerous attractions appealing to visitors worldwide. With so much...
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Brits Know How to Make Sport

By: Shelly Steig They are hosting the Olympics in 2012, but that’s not the only fun and games in the UK. The normally buttoned-down Brits let loose in unexpected ways, especially when it comes to unusual competitions. Take BritRail across England to discover some of these more unusual events. Gurning World Championships, Egremont, Cumbria, third...
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In Wales: A Steam Railway for the 21st Century

By Carl H. Larsen Progress has taken a few steps back to yesteryear in Porthmadog, the Welsh town that has become one of the world’s top steam-railway centers. Each year about 300,000 steam-locomotive enthusiasts and day-trippers from around the globe make their way to this town of 4,000 on the Welsh coast. They come to...
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Brighton on BritRail

By Patti Nickell I’ve enjoyed a life-long love affair with trains.   As a child, my favorite bedtime lullaby was the nearby mournful whistle of a train, bound for somewhere unknown, taking those lucky enough to be aboard on a fascinating adventure. Sadly, I live in a country more enamored of fast automobiles than slow-moving trains. ...
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Heritage Railways Throughout the UK

By Carl H. Larsen I didn’t know my BritRail Pass allowed me to walk back in time, so it was a surprise to learn that pass holders can receive substantial discounts on a wide number of “heritage railways” throughout the UK, many of which run trains operated by steam locomotives.Heritage railways are abandoned rail lines...
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