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Tag Archives: trains to Sheffield

RSH Guides: your Sheffield picks

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It’s the post you’ve all been waiting for…all 40 winners for this month’s #RSH Guides competition.

Throughout March, we asked you to name your favourite bars, cultural hotspots, cafes and venues in Sheffield.

As always, you got back to us with a stellar list. If you’re planning a trip to Sheffield, let these savvy insiders be your guide. And now, on to the winners…who’s bagged themselves £10’s worth of redspottedhanky.com loyalty points?

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The royals and trains … Queen Victoria

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The royals have had a love affair with the railway since the 19th century, when Queen Victoria – the first English Queen to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee – headed off on the first ever regal train journey.

Read on to find out more about ‘the grandmother of Europe” and her railway connections. And check our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you next head off somewhere by train.

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Avoid Cupid’s arrow, take the train …

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If Valentine’s Day fills your heart with rage, don’t worry – jump on the train and celebrate singledom at one of the UK’s top anti-Valentine’s Day events.

Read on for our pick of the best events for the footloose and fancy free – and anyone else who hates this annual smooch-fest. And check out our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you travel.

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Take the train … and enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day Break

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day in style with a romantic break for two. Take the train and you can gaze into each other’s eyes on your way there and back. And if you check out our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you travel, you could save enough money to treat your honey to an extra glass or two of bubbly.

Read on to find out where to go this Valentine’s Day …

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New carriages to ease overcrowding

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New carriages are to be rolled-out to ease overcrowding on trains and make taking the train even better.

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Take the train … and enjoy a grown-up break in England

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It’s back to school for kids in England, meaning it’s time for grown-ups to break from babysitting and reclaim England’s cities.

Read on and find out where to go and what to do with out top city break picks.

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