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sleeping car

a railway car fitted with compartments containing bunks for people to sleep in
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The launch of the new PS150 million Caledonian Sleeper trains has been blighted by problems since its inaugural route in April this year, including cancellations, poor services and technical issues.
A new fleet of Caledonian Sleeper trains, with double beds and en-suite bathrooms, have been unveiled and transported passengers for the first time.
As cheap flights and high-speed rails take over the world, sleeper trains take a back seat from travel itineraries.
He drove from Bude, Cornwall, to Exeter, took a sleeper train to Paddington, crossed London by Tube to catch the 6.40am from St Pancras to Ashford in Kent and finally changed on to the 7.41am to Rye in East Sussex.
This episode is set aboard a sleeper train, bound from Paris, and it focuses on a second class cabin containing six berths each about to be filled by strangers.
They've attracted some great names for this run, with Julie Hesmondhalgh, Jack Whitehall and Mark Benton among the stars of the first episode, which is set aboard a sleeper train traveling through France - and it's going to be a long night.
Belmond said it has acquired ten carriages from Iarnrod Eireann Irish Rail which it will transform into a luxury sleeper train with accommodations for up to 40 guests travelling in 20 elegant, en-suite cabins.
One night in a first-class compartment on the overnight sleeper train from Moscow to St.
launches its "Seven Stars in Kyushu" cruise and sleeper train service on Oct.
Earlier this month an overnight sleeper train travelling from Bangkok to the northern city of Chiang Mai derailed injuring 23 people, including 18 foreign tourists.
The case is reminiscent of another Palestinian from Gaza, Dirar Abu Sisi, who vanished on a Ukrainian sleeper train in 2011 and later surfaced in an Israeli prison.
Hebridean Island Cruises, a UK based cruise company, is offering a complete tour of Scotland, in a partnership with The Royal Scotsman, a UK-based luxury sleeper train company.