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NORTHERN BELLE FIREWORKS TRAIN 2019

NORTHERN BELLE FIREWORKS TRAIN 2019

WHAT: NORTHERN BELLE FIREWORKS TRAIN 2019
WHY: CELEBRATE GUY FAWKES
WHEN: SATURDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2019
WHERE: DEPARTING FROM LIVERPOOL LIME STREET, MANCHESTER VICTORIA & PRESTON STATIONS (SEE LIST FOR MORE DETAILS)
COST: SEE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS

If you fancy getting your pyro fix from a completely different view, then why not climb aboard one of the seven 1930’s style pullman carriages of the Northern Belle, which is known as Britain’s answer to the iconic Orient Express.

A special trip has been designed to leave from Liverpool Lime Street Station at 5pm on Saturday 2nd November, before picking up more passengers at Manchester Victoria and Preston before returning at 10:30pm.

The Northern Belle & Fireworks

There will be space available for up to 300 passengers to enjoy this very special evening. The journey begins with canapes and champagne and then everyone will be seated and presented with a delectable seven-course meal, created by the talented chef Richie Cunningham, along with onboard musical entertainers, to keep everyone occupied.

Once the Northern Belle reaches her stop at Arnside in Cumbria, the carriages will be plunged into darkness so that everyone can sit and watch the fantastic firework display taking part just yards away on the beach.

Ticket prices begin from £275 per person and this includes:

  • Round trip travel aboard the Northern Belle Luxury train
  • Welcome champagne reception on board
  • Seven-course dinner
  • Bottle of wine per couple
  • Coffee, tea and petits fours
  • Musical entertainment
  • Fireworks Display (weather permitting)

For a different way to commemorate the day Guy Fawkes’ plot to kill the King was foiled, but still, enjoy an evening packed with plenty of fireworks and bangs.

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