British Pullman in annual trip to West Country


THE Belmond ‘British Pullman’ made its annual trip to the West Country on April 27-29.

Both of DB Cargo’s dedicated Pullman-liveried Class 67s hauled the train, which ran west from London Victoria to Truro on April 27, returning to the capital two days later.

Immaculate Pullman ‘67s’ Nos. 67021 and 67024 speed across Cockwood Harbour with the 12.15 Truro-Victoria ‘British Pullman’ on April 29. DAVID HUNT

April 28 saw the pair top-and-tail a day excursion from Penzance to Bishops Lydeard, where passengers could alight for the West Somerset Railway.

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