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The Forth Rail Bridge connects Edinburgh with Fife in Scotland. (Ciaran Donnellly / Railtrack / Reuters/Ciaran Donnellly / Railtrack / Reuters)
The Forth Rail Bridge connects Edinburgh with Fife in Scotland. (Ciaran Donnellly / Railtrack / Reuters/Ciaran Donnellly / Railtrack / Reuters)

Travel an extra day free on the rails through Scotland Add to ...

You can get an extra travel day free of charge if you buy a BritRail Freedom of Scotland Travelpass between April 9 and May 10. This pass enables you to see major cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness, as well as explore the Highlands. The pass is valid for any train on the National Rail network in Scotland and with this promotion you get an additional day of rail travel, valid in standard class. BritRail passes must be purchased outside Britain. For more information, call 1-866-938-RAIL or visit ACPRail.com or BritRail.com.

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