Why take the train to Blackpool?
Blackpool's flat golden sands stretch for seven miles in total
and there's plenty to keep you occupied. Leisurely wander the
salt-soaked planks of the Victorian piers, scream at the top of
your lungs from a whooshing rollercoaster or sit back and take it
all in from one of the historic Blackpool trams. If you travel on
one of our trains to Blackpool you can guarentee a good old
fashioned day of fun at Britain's favourite Northern seaside
Over six million people visit Blackpool each year, making it
Britain's number one holiday resort. Many come for the two largest
attractions, Pleasure Beach Blackpool and Blackpool Tower, although
the town features many other smaller attractions including three
piers, numerous amusement arcades, seven miles of beaches and
pedestrian promenade, and a vibrant nightlife.
The Blackpool Illuminations light show extends tourist season
into the autumn months. While many tourists go to Blackpool
nowadays for party weekends (often hen or stag groups), an older
clientele enjoys the nostalgia of the town. The Tower Ballroom
remains a global mecca for ballroom dancing and the Empress
Ballroom is a popular venue for live music acts.
Our train services to Blackpool
We offer regular and comfortable train services to Blackpool
from major towns and cities in the north of England and Scotland.
All our trains have the option of travelling First class and a
trolley service is available on our core routes.
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