Double beds, showers, and en suite cabins: Inside new Caledonian Sleeper trains

The first new Scotland to London sleeper trains for 40 years are set to enter service this weekend.

Tuesday, 23rd April 2019, 6:18 pm
Updated Tuesday, 23rd April 2019, 6:34 pm
The new carriages are being introduced a month earlier than expected

The Spanish-built carriages will be used for the first time on Sunday on the Lowlander route between Edinburgh, Glasgow and London Euston. In all, there are 75 new carriages, representing an investment of £150 million, with cabins including double beds and showers for the first time. Here we take a look inside.

The new Caledonian Sleeper will begin the run from Edinburgh to London on Sunday
The club car for food and drink is served by a full kitchen, replacing the current ones which just have microwaves.

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The £150m new fleet includes cabins with double beds, showers, and en suites for the first time
Double room accessible to wheelchair users with lower basin.
Reclining seats are also available in a revamped layout
The Club Rooms have bunk beds and an ensuite
Club Rooms start from £205 for one person
The train also features free wi-fi and charging sockets, and hotel-style keycards to access cabins