To The Trains started with Seb on the 31st of July, 2020. The original goal was simple: to document Britain's railways. And it's been much the same ever since, though plenty has happened in the meantime.

First introduced as a YouTube channel, To The Trains served and continues to serve as your destination for comprehensive videos on everything from rolling stock to routes. With the occasional livestream, too, the channel is home to over 20 videos amassing in excess of 40,000 views and 600 subscribers. Videos are produced by a team of one; it was started by a rail enthusiast for rail enthusiasts.

Just over a year following the channel's first upload saw the introduction of Railway Rover, the podcast from To The Trains for everyone with a special interest in trains and the railway. Offering a more laid-back conversational approach and a longer format, Railway Rover was designed to supplement content on the channel, while serving as a gateway to listeners on other platforms, too.

And now we've just arrived at our next destination. Please alight here for longer-form articles and blog posts from To The Trains, exclusively on tothetrains.uk. You'll find all sorts of additional written content, from trip reports and railway product reviews to the latest news from across the transport industry. This is yet another outlet for To The Trains posts and media, and we're happy to have you here.

We hope that you'll get involved - whether that be keeping up-to-date with the latest posts, joining the conversation on our socials, or even writing with us.

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To The Trains, 2022