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  • The Traditions of Memorial Day

    The Traditions of Memorial Day

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    31 May 2018

    Monday the 28th of May saw the USA celebrate Memorial Day, an annual American holiday which serves to honour the memory of the military men and women who died while serving in the US Armed Forces.

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  • The Isle of Man

    The Isle of Man

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    24 May 2018

    On Wednesday we both got the train to Heysham and boarded the ferry to Douglas, there was a Great Rail Journeys group on the ferry...

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  • The Best English Train Journeys

    The Best English Train Journeys

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    23 April 2018

    Celebrated each year on April 23rd, the date traditionally accepted as the day of Saint George’s death in 303 AD, Saint George’s Day is the ideal day to celebrate all that is quintessentially English.

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  • Spring Festivals

    Spring Festivals

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    16 April 2018

    Not only is it the season that finally, finally, brings a slow end to the coldness of winter, but it's when the flowers begin to bloom, the baby animals appear in fields, and when the world wakes up in a fantastic way after a long, dark time.

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  • Top Five Tips for Rail Travel

    Top Five Tips for Rail Travel

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    11 January 2018

    Journeying across the world by rail is indisputably one of the more relaxing ways to travel; an extraordinary experience which makes the journey an unforgettable part of your travel adventure.

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  • Out and about in North Yorkshire

    Out and about in North Yorkshire

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    15 December 2017

    Beautiful countryside, lively cities, and friendly people, it’s really no wonder that Yorkshire is known as ‘God’s Own County’.

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  • The Yorkshire Christmas Dinner

    The Yorkshire Christmas Dinner

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    22 November 2017

    At Christmas time, pantries across the world are stocked to the brim with festive goodies, the snow drizzled huts of Christmas markets are loaded with all manner of tastes and smells, and the tables of every house are loaded with delicious joy.

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  • Whitby’s Gothic Heritage

    Whitby’s Gothic Heritage

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    25 October 2017

    Picture the scene: a typical, seaside town. Perhaps in the witching hour of 3am. It is a damp, cold night, the mists of the coast are swirling up around you, chilling you to the bone. There is not a soul to be seen in the streets, and only the rustlings of nocturnal creatures and the gentle crashing of waves upon the shores disturb the silence that has otherwise pervaded the town.

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  • Top 10 Autumn Escapes

    Top 10 Autumn Escapes

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    19 July 2017

    If you’re looking for the calmer climes and mild hues of autumn for your next adventure, but aren’t yet sure where to go, we’ve collected our Top 10 favourite destinations for autumn escapes, to give you some food for thought.

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  • Top 10 Ways to Spend your Bank Holiday in the UK

    Top 10 Ways to Spend your Bank Holiday in the UK

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    5 June 2017

    The summer is here, which means Bank Holiday break season is upon us. Across the land, British people are planning their Bank Holiday weekends away, from the simple pleasures of time in a nearby beer garden, to weekend escapes to the continent and adventures closer to home. With that in mind, we’re looking at our Top 10 ideas for a great Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK.

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  • The Wonders of Whitby

    The Wonders of Whitby

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    9 November 2015

    Explore the charms of this unchanging coastal destination, with an insider view of one of our most popular holidays: Yorkshire by Steam.

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