A Glimpse Of Life ‘In The Driver’s Seat’ As A New LNER Series Showcases The East Coast Route23/04/21
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is sharing a rare insight into the journeys driven by a selection of LNER train drivers as part of a new series of short videos.
‘In the Driver’s Seat’ takes viewers on trips across the East Coast route from the spectacular Scottish Highlands and Northumberland coastline to Yorkshire and London, showcasing the scenery and destinations LNER proudly serves.
As well as virtual views from the cab, LNER drivers are sharing their own experiences with viewers, explaining more about their routes, pointing out places of interest and the important milestones, landmarks and destinations they pass. Five drivers are featured in the series, which covers the 936-mile route from Inverness and Aberdeen to Edinburgh, North East England, Yorkshire and the East Midlands to London King’s Cross.
David Horne, LNER Managing Director said: “While we continue to follow government guidelines around travel, LNER wants to inspire people as they look to plan ahead for the future by sharing some incredible views which really are the jewels in the crown of our route and who better to guide audiences through the journeys than some of our drivers.”
LNER Driver, Zak Mohamed kicks off the series taking viewers on his regular route between London King’s Cross and Leeds. Zak said: “I just love my job and I am proud of what I do. It is fantastic to be able to share some of my knowledge and some of the views from my seat, so people can get a glimpse of what it’s like in the train cab from a driver’s perspective.”
The series of videos will continue to be shared on LNER’s social media channels over the coming months.
Latest NewsView all
A new report by Steer has found that London North Eastern Railway (LNER) can play a central role in the UK Government’s net zero ambitions and levelling-up agenda.
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is delivering record investment in supporting aspiration in communities up and down its route, with new projects set to benefit more than 11,000 children and young people over the next 18 months.
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is proud to reach a fundraising milestone as it marks the third anniversary of its pioneering partnership with suicide prevention charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), with more than £300,000 raised.