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Valentine's Belle

When? 15 February 2020
Where? Swanage

Enjoy a romantic evening, travelling behind a historic steam engine whilst dining in style.

The Valentine's Belle is £49.00 per person, including meal and train travel.

The Valentine's Belle departs Swanage station at 1930 returning at approximately 2230. Please note: Bookings close on the Wednesday prior to the date of travel.

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