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Green Express Railtours aim to serve smaller local stations, providing a direct train to an interesting destination from the convenience of your local station.

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SPRING 2010

Saturday 10th April 2010 'The Settle-Carlisle, Glasgow Scot'
From Sheffield, Barnsley, Wakefield, Shipley, Keighley & Skipton
Standard £49 First Class £79

Confirmed Times for this tour
Sheffield railway station depart 05.56 return 23.02
Barnsley railway station depart 06.23 return 22.33
Wakefield Kirkgate railway station depart 06.43 return 22.13
Shipley railway station depart 07.32 return 21.31
Keighley railway station depart 07.43 return 21.19
Skipton railway station depart 07.57 return 21.03
Glasgow Central railway station arrive 12.13 depart 17.00

If you would like a more detailed timing sheet for the route of the train, Green Express Railtours will aim to send you a copy by email.
info@greenexpressrailtours.co.uk

Helpful information regarding boarding stations
Sheffield
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/shf/details.html
Barnsley http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/bny/details.html
Wakefield Kirkgate http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/wkk/details.html
Shipley http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/shy/details.html
Keighley http://nationalrail.co.uk/stations/kei/details.html
Skipton http://nationalrail.co.uk/stations/ski/details.html


Saturday 17th April 2010 'The Edinburgh & East Coast Explorer'
From Spondon, Long Eaton, Langley Mill, Alfreton & Chesterfield
Standard £49 First Class £79
Confirmed train times for this tour
Spondon depart 06.38 return 22.32
Long Eaton depart 06.51 return 22.23
Langley Mill depart 07.19 return 21.48
Alfreton depart 07.31 return 21.36
Chesterfield depart 07.58 return 21.20
Edinburgh arrive 12.58 depart 16.32

If you would like a more detailed timing sheet showing the route of this train. Green Express Railtours will aim to send requests through by e mail. 
info@greenexpressrailtours.co.uk

Helpful information regarding boarding stations
Spondon
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/spo/details.html
Long Eaton http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/lge/details.html
Langley Mill http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/lgm/details.html
Alfreton http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/alf/details.html
Chesterfield http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/chd/details.html


Saturday 24th April 2010 'The Devonian'
From Leeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Stalybridge & Stockport
Standard £49 First Class £79

Confirmed Train Times for tour
Leeds depart 05.25 return 23.43
Dewsbury depart 05.42 return 23.23
Huddersfield depart 05.57 return 23.06
Stalybridge depart 06.25 return 22.37
Stockport depart 06.47 return 22.15
Exeter St Davids arrive 12.02 depart 17.18
Dawlish arrive 12.29 depart 17.02
Paignton arrive 12.59 depart 16.33
If you would like a more detailed timing sheet showing the route of this train. Green Express Railtours will aim to send requests through by e mail. 
info@greenexpressrailtours.co.uk
 
TRAVEL DETAILS

Truly a name to conjure up nostalgic holiday memories! So why not join our special train direct
to
Devon
from the convenience of your local station. The coaches date from the late 1950’s and
early 1960’s.
We take the Greater Manchester 'ghost line' through Denton station, the first of several routes rarely used by passenger trains. (Denton station is 'famous' for being served by one train a week in one
direction only)We then travel over the Cheshire Plain, and then take the 'Crewe Independents'
the freight routes' that avoid Crewe station. Its then down through Stafford and then its more
rarely used 'freight track' via Walsall, the beautiful run through Sutton Park to Castle Bromwich
and the 'Camp Hill' line avoiding Birmingham to aarive in Worcestershire and the ascent of
the notorious Lickey Incline. Our route continues with views over to the Cotswolds as we
pass through Cheltenham Spa and Gloucester, through Bristol to Somerset and the West
Country. Choose from 3 destinations:
Exeter
– for a break of over 5 hours – a popular
tourist destination, with its revitalised quayside and great pedestrianised shopping centre.
Exeter
abounds with heritage attractions, the majestic gothic cathedral, the Guildhall, The
Royal Albert Museum and the city’s medieval underground passages! Or stay on board for
the journey top those great seaside destinations of Dawlish (break of 4 hours) or Paignton (break
of 3.5 hours), and the famous ride through the red sandstone cliffs.


Helpful information about boarding stations
Leeds
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/lds/details.html
Dewsbury http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/dew/details.html
Huddersfield http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/hud/details.html
Stalybridge http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/syb/details.html
Stockport http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/spt/details.html



Our favourite fish & chip shop: Carlo's Catch, Nottingham Road, Spondon
Travelling the rail network for 21 years, a good hot meal is really welcomed after a hard days work. Spondon has a railway station, but few trains stop there. Yet for years the Green Express has started its heritage trains at this small station 3 miles from Derby. It may be an unusual place to start a 12 coach Charter Train from, but you can see why when you've sampled the fish & chips!

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The friendly staff at Carlo's Catch, Nottingham Rd, Spondon.

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