Fondly referred to as the old `tin hare’, the Gulflander is one of the world’s last great characters of rail travel and offers you a unique experience. This historic little train takes you on a journey with a difference from remote Normanton to far flung Croydon through the tough and inhospitable Gulf Country.
The Gulflander only carries a small number of passengers, so there’s always a friendly casual atmosphere on board, which is all part of the charm.
The Gulflander is currently running on a limited service, visit their website for more information as services resume.
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