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Preston is just a baby compared to other British cities, only being awarded city status in 2002, but don't let that fool you. Preston has a long history, from its first mention in the Doomsday book of 1086, to Roman settlements, to industrial revolution in the 18th Century.
The moment you step off the train in Preston you will realise that you can choose between many different experiences during your visit. Whether you choose to have your days filled with excitement and laughter or relaxation and fun, it is totally up to you. With many attractions such as comedy stores, museums, art galleries, sport stadiums and animal parks, you can be sure to have a great time in Preston whatever your age.
We provide trains to Preston from many different locations so the first thing you might want to do upon arriving in Preston could be to have a nice meal or get some shut eye. Preston has a whole host of B&B's and hotels to cater for all different budgets. There are also many different choices when it comes to food ranging from fine dining restaurants to great places where you might just want to grab a quick bite to eat.
We offer regular and comfortable trains to Preston 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.Book tickets