Transport in the UK is varied. Generally you have a choice of car, aeroplane, railways, or coach (long-distance) and bus (short-distance). In addition, there are also trams, underground railways, and ferries.
The railways in the UK are in an unfortunate state at the moment (Jan. 2002) and the subject of various political rows. There are however still lots of trains running within cities and inter-city, as well as the Eurostar which goes from Waterloo in London and Ashford, Kent to Paris, Lille, and Brussels. Trains are generally fairly expensive if you just turn up and book on the day, and a lot cheaper if you book ahead. www.railtrack.co.uk is...Read More