British rail encompasses many train rides and experiences, but there are a few things shared regardless of train line. For instance, spacious seating with ample legroom to ensure your trip is comfortable and enjoyable. Often, your fantastic views will be through panoramic windows. And of course, there’s the British culture of propriety that assures all your needs are met, even if you’re not technically a royal. You’ll find trains with special facilities to accommodate the disabled and wheelchair bound, as well as family friendly baby changing areas. Some trains have power outlets available at your seat as well. You’ll need to check the services on independent train lines to find the exact cabin amenities, but rest assured. The British have elevated rail travel into an efficient art.
Club 2 Seat
Two solo seats facing each other across a table.
A seat on its own next to the window with a pull-down table.
Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.
Club 4 Seat
Four seats facing each other across a table.