Special Day Rail Excursion to
Featuring preserved diesel locomotive 37 403 Isle of Mull
Sunday 2nd October 2022
After a scenic rail journey along the east coast to Aberdeen including crossing the Forth and Tay Bridges, the train then continues through Inverurie, Keith, Elgin, Forres and Nairn for a visit to the shops and tourist attractions of the Highland Capital, Inverness.
Cupar is celebrating the 175th Anniversary of the staion opening. Kirkcaldy and Ladybank stations also opened at the same time.
The SRPS heritage carriages will be hauled throughout the journey by class 37 diesel locomotives including SRPS-owned 37 403 Isle of Mull.
These timings are approximate and should be used only as a guide.
|| Station Info
| Dalgety Bay
| Leuchars for St Andrews
| Dundee Tay Bridge
Return Fares (including seat reservations) :
This train is non-smoking throughout.
Our buffet cars will be open throughout the journey for the sale of tea, coffee, sandwiches, snacks, confectionery, soft drinks, beers and spirits. In addition full meals (served at your table by our volunteer stewards) are available on this tour and should be booked in advance :
Breakfast - a full cooked breakfast with tea or coffee £18.00
Dinner - a three-course hot meal with tea or coffee £26.00
Please note that special diets can be catered for only by prior arrangement.
On-line booking is available for this train
Telephone enquiries and bookings may be made by phoning SRPS Railtours on
0131 202 1033
Bookings are subject to SRPS Railtours terms and conditions
SRPS Railtours Programme
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