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. Rail travel is a common mode of public transport. It is safer, cheaper, and more comfortable than travelling by air or road.

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The Benefits of Train Travel


While trains aren’t quite the primary mode of transportation they used to be in the 19th century, passenger trains are still a popular choice for many commuters and travellers.

There are many benefits to riding on a train instead of in a car or plane.

When you travel by train, you can appreciate the countryside as you pass by it. This is a wonderful way to see landscapes, which you cannot do if you’re flying 30,000 feet above it or concentrating on driving.

  • COST transportation they used to be in the 19

Transportation via train is often cheaper than flying. It is also more efficient than driving as you don’t have to fill up the car.

What’s more, trains travel faster without having to get stuck in traffic.

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If you book an overnight trip, you get to stay in the train instead of the added expense of a hotel.

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Mass transportation has a more positive effect for the environment; an important factor if you are ecologically conscious. Riding by train can help lower carbon emissions and you avoid contributing to the gridlock of cars already on the road.

Trains regularly stop at major landmarks and destinations en route to their final stop. If you purchase a ticket pass, you will be able to embark and disembark at any time, making this the perfect way to see numerous towns and cities along the way.

This is great for spontaneous


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Private cabins and train seating are usually more comfortable and spacious than the smaller seats you find in cars and planes. In today’s trains, the seats can recline into a fully horizontal position. Ideally, try to book a seat away from the doors at each end of the train car and you will avoid being disturbed by other passengers coming and going.

SAFETY transportation they used to be in the 19

Trains have not been affected by as many security concerns as air travel has. Trains are certainly guarded and there are always security personnel present.

You don’t usually have to wait in long security lines or go through intensive baggage checks.

Unlike planes, trains usually have full-service dining cars that offer an array of meals. There is also a lounge car where you can buy drinks and snacks.

First-class passengers get meals included with their tickets.

Many of today’s rail cars also offer extra legroom, wireless internet access, restrooms, and other amenities.

What’s more, you can use your electronic devices during the trip and first class passengers have access to towels and a shower on longer routes.

Most major airlines charge fees for baggage, even carry-on bags. Trains, on the other hand, allow as many as two carry-on items and up to four checked-in bags up to a certain weight and for no additional charge.

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