Few methods of transportation are as evocative as a journey aboard a steam train. The challenge of building railways through some of the most difficult terrain in the British Isles was taken up by the great engineers of the Victorian age. Their legacy is found in the sweeping curves and majestic viaducts of the single-track lines, which cross wild moors and lonely glens and continue to provide important links to the north and west Highlands. Relive the golden age of travel with one of our steam breaks, which can take you through stunning Scottish landscapes, over iconic structures such as the Glenfinnan Viaduct and along renowned routes, like the Fort William to Mallaig line.
6 September 2021
25 June 2021