Great British Railway Journeys

August 2020
30:00

Darsham to Felixstowe (S3E2)

3.0 0 x
Michael Portillo's train-hopping travels take him to the Port of Felixstowe. The Bradshaw buff traces the lost city of Dunwich - Britain's very own Atlantis.
30:00

Great Yarmouth to Beccles (S3E1)

3.0 4 x
Michael Portillo takes to the tracks yet again. The ex-MP discovers the grave-robbing past of Great Yarmouth and works a Victorian swing bridge in Reedham.
30:00

Lochailort to Skye (S2E25)

3.0 1 x
Travelling by train up the breathtaking west coast of Scotland to Skye, Michael Portillo discovers how the railways helped train commandos at Lochailort for WWII.
30:00

Roybridge to Glenfinnan (S2E24)

3.0 3 x
Travels by train. Michael Portillo investigates the mysterious parallel roads of Glenroy and takes a steam train across the spectacular viaduct at Glenfinnan.
30:00

Lochailort to Skye (S2E25)

3.0 6 x
Travelling by train up the breathtaking west coast of Scotland to Skye, Michael Portillo discovers how the railways helped train commandos at Lochailort for WWII.
30:00

Roybridge to Glenfinnan (S2E24)

4.0 7 x
Travels by train. Michael Portillo investigates the mysterious parallel roads of Glenroy and takes a steam train across the spectacular viaduct at Glenfinnan.
30:00

Oban to Corrour (S2E23)

4.0 2 x
Rail buff Michael Portillo hears how trains helped spread the word about Oban whisky and visits Corrour, one of the Victorian elite's favourite shooting estates.
30:00

Dumbarton to Tyndrum (S2E22)

3.0 3 x
Spectacular rail voyages inspired by Victorian pioneer George Bradshaw. Michael Portillo visits Loch Lomond and the Dumbarton shipyard that built the Cutty Sark.
30:00

Oban to Corrour (S2E23)

4.0 1 x
Rail buff Michael Portillo hears how trains helped spread the word about Oban whisky and visits Corrour, one of the Victorian elite's favourite shooting estates.
30:00

Dumbarton to Tyndrum (S2E22)

3.0 3 x
Spectacular rail voyages inspired by Victorian pioneer George Bradshaw. Michael Portillo visits Loch Lomond and the Dumbarton shipyard that built the Cutty Sark.
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