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Serco’s Caledonian Sleeper, the overnight train service between London and Scotland, has introduced new trains into operations.
The carriages have started operations on the Lowlander route between London and Glasgow/Edinburgh.
In the coming weeks, the trains will be introduced on the Highlander route between London and Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William.
Serco managing director for Caledonian Sleeper Ryan Flaherty said: “Our new trains have been years in the making and to see them make their debut is a huge moment for everyone involved in making this dream a reality.
“The overriding ambition has been to deliver on our vision of a Caledonian Sleeper service fit for today’s traveller.”
“The overriding ambition has been to deliver on our vision of a Caledonian Sleeper service fit for today’s traveller, one that combines the modern facilities people expect with that feeling of nostalgia that comes from long-distance railway travel.”
This article first appeared on www.railway-technology.com
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