Cockfosters said:I think there's something like this near York as well with some old Mk1s.
I've never been but AFAIK it's just a restaurant.WSXFan said:As for the concept, I would enjoy a stay there! How good is it, and are there any pictures of the inside? More so, how on God's green Earth would I book a stay there?
Metro actually, mainline trains just pass through.Coxster said:WSXFan: Seaburn is served only by the mainline.
theblackwatch said:You're thinking of 'The Sidings' which is by the ECML about 6 miles north of York. It is made up of 5 Mk. 1 coaches, some of which are the hotel 'bedrooms' and 2 make up the restaurant. I've not stayed there, but have been for Sunday dinner with the family on a few occasions and it was pretty good. Unfortunately, their website http://www.sidingshotelyork.co.uk/ seems to be blank at the moment.
Oh yes, I was thinking of SeahamCraig said:Metro actually, mainline trains just pass through.
Oh yeah, and Seaburn station is actually in Fulwell :roll:
Craig said:I've never been but AFAIK it's just a restaurant.
Mainline trains used to stop at Seaburn before the Metro extension opened.Coxster said:Oh yes, I was thinking of Seaham
Shows how much I know thenCoxster said:Here's a quote from a website. From what I could make out the hotel is a building behind the coaches. The coaches are for eating in.