Departing From

  • Darlington,
  • Durham,
  • Chester-le-Street,
  • Newcastle,
  • Cramlington,
  • Morpeth,
  • Alnmouth,
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed,
  • Drem,
  • Edinburgh

Step aboard the Midland Pullman for a truly amazing and unusual day tour as we travel over the world-famous West Highland line, featuring some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery in Scotland with magnificent waterfalls and peaceful lochs to Fort William for an afternoon sightseeing break.

Our train takes the route around the north of Glasgow and along the banks of the Clyde to join the West Highland line at Craigendoran, thence crossing viaducts as the line twists and turns passing Loch Long and Loch Lomond, we climb into the highlands with stunning views of magnificent mountains and one memorable sight following another as we pass over desolate Rannoch Moor, past Ben Nevis and along the great glen to Fort William for a two-hour break.

Fort William is a bustling town with the station situated close to the centre and affords magnificent views across Loch Linnhe. It has become a magnet for tourists and is known as the capital of the Highlands. There are plenty of small galleries and independent stores on the high street to browse as well as Ben Nevis Distillery with excellent visitor tours. Perhaps wander along the seafront to the ruined Inverlochy Castle or visit Neptune’s Staircase on the Caledonian Canal.


Darlington 05.10 22.50
Durham 05.30 22.30
Chester-le-Street 05.40 22.20
Newcastle 05.50 22.10
Cramlington 06.00 22.00
Morpeth 06.10 21.50
Alnmouth 06.30 21.30
Berwick-upon-Tweed 07.00 21.00
Drem 07.30 20.30
Edinburgh 08.00 20.00

All timings shown above are approximate and may be subject to change.

Classes of Travel

Pullman Dining - £330

Seating at a guaranteed window table for two available at a supplement of £40 per person.

Seating is arranged at tables of 4 or 2 laid with crisp linen and fully dressed in fine crockery, fresh flowers, and glassware. The day starts as you settle into your seat with a glass of chilled bucks’ fizz, followed by a full English breakfast and late morning tea/coffee service with pastries prior to the arrival at our destination. Following a sightseeing break, you will be welcomed aboard by your attentive liveried steward and offered a refreshing glass of chilled champagne and selection of canapes as you relax in anticipation of the gastronomic journey ahead. A sumptuous four course seasonal dinner, created by our Executive Chef, will be served including the Great British cheese board, biscuits, and chutneys – all accompanied by our Sommelier’s choice of a half bottle of wine per person. The memorable journey concludes with a service of coffee and homemade petits fours.

First Class (non-dining) - £175

Seating at a guaranteed window table for two available at a supplement of £40 per person.

Reserved seating is arranged at tables of 4 or 2 with additional legroom, wide seats, and panoramic windows. Complimentary tea/coffee and light snacks are included, and a buffet bar is available for the purchase of light refreshments, but customers may bring on board their own picnic hamper for consumption during the journey.