Settle into your plush seat and admire the sumptuous art deco details and marquetry of the carriage. On the outward journey a delicious brunch is served at your table, elegantly set with starched linen and bespoke china. Your gastronomic journey has begun. Arriving around midday, you have a few hours to explore this historic cathedral city, also world renowned for its porcelain. Return to the train after your excursion for a sparkling champagne reception. Soon the first culinary dish of a four-course dinner is served, along with our sommelier’s choice of wine. Admire the scenery both inside and out. Take time to absorb the many vintage design flourishes that make this luxury train unique.
Variously famous as the site of the last battle of the Civil War in 1651, and the home of spicy Worcestershire sauce, Worcester is a city steeped in history. Set on the banks of the River Severn, it abounds in beautiful gabled and half-timbered buildings. Renowned for its magnificent cathedral, it is also the original home of Royal Worcester, one of the oldest porcelain brands in the country.
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