RAILBLAZING: ALL ABOARD
T3 Magazine|April 2021
It’s not just the destination, but the journey itself. That’s why Tamara Hinson is tracking down the world’s most amazing train journeys

Not so long ago, travel was all about getting from A to B in the fastest time possible, whether this meant flying from London to Sydney without a stopover, bragging about being a passenger on a plane that piggy-backed jet streams for a lightning-fast transatlantic crossing, or whizzing from one Japanese city to the next on a sculpture-like bullet train. But it’s hardly surprising that many are predicting a post-pandemic passion for slow travel, and trains are at the forefront of this movement.

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