BritRail Passes

How do I get to?

Most of Great Britain’s most popular attractions are easily reached by rail. However, the names of the stations don’t always match your destination. Listed below are some destinations with the names of the closest rail stations:

Destination Station Famous For:
Stow on the Wold Evesham Cotswold market town with buildings dating back to the 16th century
Broadway Honeybourne Broadway is reputed to be one of the most beautiful villages in the country
Land's End Penzance The most westerly point of the English mainland
The Eden Project St Austell Science center with the World's largest greenhouse
Chartwell Sevenoaks Family home of Sir Winston Churchill
Silverstone Milton Keynes The home of British motor racing
Centre for Alternative Technology Machynlleth CAT is an environmental charity offering practical solutions to environmental problems
Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham Kings Lynn or Sheringham Destinations for pilgrims from around the world
Caernarfon Castle Bangor, Wales One of the most impressive of all of the castles in Wales
Ironbridge Shifnall An enchanting valley, working museums and real history.
Bronte Parsonage at Haworth Keighley Bronte Parsonage Museum and Bronte Society
Alnwick Castle Alnmouth The second largest inhabited castle in England
Holy Island Berwick upon Tweed Venerable Bede, birds and a couple of crackingly good pubs
Balmoral Aberdeen The Queen's summer residence
Castle of Mey Thurso Late Queen Mother's residence