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Great Western Railway has announced details of a farewell charity railtour for their Class 43 HSTs as they bow out of service after 40 years.
The charity railtour will be run on 1 June 2019.
The farewell train will go from Bristol – Paddington – Oxford – Hereford – Abergavenny – Carmarthen – Paddington via Gloucester, then finishing with a non-stop trip to Plymouth.
Tickets for this special farewell tour of the HST on the Western will be going on sale at Long Rock Open Day.
This is a once in a lifetime trip, so be sure to attend the open day to grab your tickets.
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