The Frying Scotsman 14 July and 11 August 2018
Enjoy a traditional British meal served on board a real steam hauled train travelling through the Angus countryside.
We’re teaming up again with Brechin’s very own Ashvale Fish Restaurant to bring you an iconic British meal that’s always a favourite…
Your journey begins at Brechin Station with your supper being served just before departure at 7pm. Complimentary condiments will be provided with your meals.
Why not enjoy a drink with your meal? Choose from a selection of reasonably priced drinks available from our on train bar!
After a 25 minute journey, the train will arrive at our countryside stop of Bridge of Dun. There, hot teas and coffees from our buffet carriage on Platform 3 will be served. Light snacks and other drinks will also be available for sale at the counter. The train will then depart Bridge of Dun just after 8 o’clock with desserts being served arriving at Brechin between 8.30pm and 9pm.
Doors open 6:15pm. Final entry is 6.50pm for 7.00pm departure – please arrive promptly as the train will not wait!
ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Online bookings are subject to a small booking fee - click on the "Buy Tickets" button, left for 14 July and right for 11 August. Our Ticket Provider also offers a telephone service, (subject to booking fee and £1.50 additional fee).
Did you know that we also have another evening service during the summer? Your "The Frying Scotsman" or "Murder on the Brechin Express" online ticket allow one FREE return regular route journey on either our Steam Sunday or Diesel Saturday services.
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Information for Disabled Passengers
All daytime train services have a wheelchair/disabled saloon with ramped access or assistance to seating.
Evening Events: For these services the wheelchair/disabled saloon is used as the bar but there is still ramped access or assistance to seating.
BRECHIN STATION: Access to the station via Park Road car park using the gate to the platform. Male and Female disabled toilets located an platform 2.
BRIDGE OF DUN STATION: Access to the main platform and an unisex disabled toilet located in the station building.