Take to the rails and start your own adventure driving iconic trains on real-world routes in the official game of Great British Railway Journeys.


Featuring an authentic recreation of real trains with unrivalled detail. Manage your engine, passengers, safety systems, signalling and more with controls that put you in the driving seat.


With over 350 miles to explore, you will be challenged to keep to schedule in the bustling commuter network around London, navigate the twists and turns of Cumbria's historic Lake District and more.


Learn the basics of driving trains in the Academy, with a selection of interactive tutorials designed to give you the fundamentals of the various types of trains featured in Great British Railway Journeys.

Discover Bradshaw’s Britain

East Coast Main Line

The iconic HST kick-started an era of high-speed rail travel and went on to prove itself as capable and versatile over many of Britain’s main lines. Take the HST over one of the busiest railway routes on the British network, the East Coast Main Line, and experience life in the fast lane.

Great Eastern Main Line

The BR Class 360 has proven hugely successful in high capacity commuter travel, with its spacious interior and modern driving cab. Command this hard-working EMU through the dense urban network of east London departing the third busiest station in the UK at Liverpool Street.

Portsmouth Direct Line

One of the busiest commuter networks in Britain, the south western network is serviced by an array of modern EMUs including BR Classes 444, 450, 455/8 and 377s. Step into the driving cabs of four of Britain’s iconic commuter trains and ferry your passengers to Portsmouth out of London’s magnificent Waterloo station.

Settle to Carlisle

Famous for its numerous viaducts, tunnels and stunning scenery, the Settle-Carlisle line attracts thousands of railfans from all over the world every year. Take control of powerful heavy freight machines, regional passenger and even steam engines and battle the many summits, twists and turns of Cumbria’s historic Lake District route.

Chatham & Medway Line

Connecting England's garden with London, the south-eastern route through the heart of the Medway valley is operated heavily by third rail powered multiple units. Transport passengers with a wide range of electric multiple units such as the BR Class 375 and BR Class 465 or weave through the busy traffic with American-built BR Class 59 heavy freight locomotives.

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