GLASWEGIANS will soon be able to travel in style thanks to a fleet of plush new sleeper trains.

The Caledonian Sleeper has revealed the first images from inside its new vessels as the countdown begnins to the May launch.

The overnight rail service between London and Scotland will be transformed by the introduction of the £100million fleet, with a total of 75 new carriages set to make their debut.

Caledonian Sleeper’s new trains will begin operating by the end of May, starting off on the Lowlander route between London and Glasgow/Edinburgh.

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They will then debut on the Highlander route between London and Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William.

Bookings can already be made for travel on the new trains from June 2 and, once the official May launch date is revealed, guests will be able to reserve those dates too.

Guests on the new services will be able to enjoy a range of accommodation types, including rooms with double beds and en-suites – for the first time in the history of Caledonian Sleeper.

Some of the new features include: • Comfort Seats

• Classic Rooms (solo or shared use with an option of interconnecting rooms, toiletries included)

• Club Rooms (solo or shared use with en-suite, station lounge access, breakfast, luxury toiletries included)

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• Caledonian Double (double bed with en-suite, station lounge access, breakfast, luxury toiletries included)

• Accessible Rooms (double or twin, toiletries included)

Ryan Flaherty, Serco’s managing director for Caledonian Sleeper, said: “The launch of the new Caledonian Sleeper is fast approaching and travelling on our service will be a truly magical experience that will transform travel between London and Scotland.

“I would encourage anyone interested in being one of the first to experience the new trains to book their travel on our new website, which has been completely revamped to reflect the monumental and exciting changes to our service."

Prices for Comfort Seats start from £45, Classic Rooms from £140 for Solo or £170 for Shared, Club Rooms from £205 for Solo and £250 for Shared and Caledonian Doubles from £335 for Solo and £400 for Shared.

The new Caledonian Sleeper coaches were constructed by CAF in Spain at a cost of over £150m, part funded by a capital grant from Scottish Ministers of £60m.

To book tickets for the new Caledonian Sleeper, visit here.

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