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Under the English Channel: London to Antwerp by rail

I find train travel relaxing. By this I don’t mean commuting in hot, crowded carriages at peak times but rather more leisurely journeys with a comfortable seat and adequate provisions, such as a good book and a large coffee. 942 more words


Moving Across The Country Can Be a Real Drag

Especially when you do it by train. I simply had far too much stuff to go by air, my truck wasn’t going to last but another hundred or so miles, and the train seemed like a reasonable alternative. 540 more words


Happiness is ...

Is it the train ? Is it the rain ? Is it the journey ? Is it the cool wind rushing on your face ? Is it the rhythm of the train or the falling rain ? 30 more words


Aberdeen Railway

For our HANON x Diadora V7000 “Inter City” collaboration the other month, and with it being inspired by rail travel, I dragged Emma out one night to explore the dark and dingey tunnels and car parks around Aberdeen’s train station. 57 more words


Travel Tips: Simple European Train Booking

Other than a short trip through Hamburg for Tim’s work, our only experience with European train travel was using a BritRail Pass in 2009. It was a great experience and we enjoyed the freedom of having the pass for our trip from London to Scotland. 458 more words

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The Black Hole

Konkan Railway in the monsoons is an absolute delight to travel. This coastal railway along and through the western ghats provide 2 distinct landscapes for our viewing pleasure, Mangalore to Madgaon & Madgaon to Mumbai. 62 more words


The USA By Rail

It’s been a while since I posted on this subject, but this entry is all about a journey! Specifically, Stacey and I are moving back to Seattle. 491 more words