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Four unique train journeys

If you are the type that feels the journey is the best part of the adventure then you are probably already sold on train travel. Here are some train journeys in surprising destinations that you may not have thought of. Turkey We come from a big country, but for some reason Turkey feels even bigger […]

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Australias Great Train Journeys

With a country as flat as Australia, why not travel it the best way possible, along the flat terrain. Train travel has been a growing trend in recent years and many tourists have actually fallen in love with the idea of setting up in a moving form of transport that allows you to enjoy the […]

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British Columbia’s Great Train Adventure

In today’s world of aeroplanes and super technology in travel technology, going from one place to another can often lose its thrill while in transition. (more…)

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The Ghan: See Australia by Rail

A staple of Australian history, The Ghan is an essential part of the voyage across Australia for any local, new resident or tourist who wants to say they’ve “seen it all”. Named after the Afghan cameleers who originally helped to open up the central desert region of Australia in the late 19th and early 20th […]

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Train Excursions in India

Whether you have a few hours or days to spend lapping up the scenery in India, there are a number of train services that can show you around the country. Here are the two most popular train rides you can take: The Darjeeling – from the little town of New Jalpaiguri to the rolling Darjeeling […]

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The California Zephyr

An American icon, the California Zephyr traverses much of the North American continent and has become one of the greatest train journeys in the world. First established in 1949, the Zephyr has undergone many upgrades over the years to earn its name as one of the greatest transcontinental lines. Running from Union Station in Chicago […]

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