My Updated Rail Travel Map

End of the line at Holyhead, onwards to the ferry!

End of the line at Holyhead, onwards to the ferry!

I'm sure regular followers of my blog are aware of my Rail Map (well, it's National Rail's map really), it shows all of the railway lines in the UK which I have travelled on at some point. Both a record for where I have been in the UK and a challenge to travel the entire network! 

The last update I made to the map was in 2013, which is a shockingly long time ago. I have just invested some time adding journeys made since then. Won't list them all off but some of the highlights are:

  • London to Sheringham (a beautiful seaside town) via Norwich 
  • London to Bristol Temple Meads, past the impressive architecture of Bath Spa
  • St Erth to St Ives, one of the most famous and stunning branch lines in the country
  • Plymouth to Gunnislake, another great scenic branch line 
  • London to Weymouth

I'll do my best to keep up with the updates, the process is much more well rehearsed now. Myself and @geekyjames are also planning a tour of Scotland by rail in the next few weeks, so there will be so blog posts following that journey no doubt! 

Check out the map here: http://www.andrews.io/rail-map/