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Gallery: Bikes on Trains

facilities for carrying cycles by rail

This gallery was created on Tuesday, 31st May 2016

A First Great Western HST - the bike space is not now in the power car but in the end of the first carriage.

Information on carrying bikes on First Great Western HSTs

There are now reserved spaces for bikes on First Great Western HSTs out of Paddington

Lots of luggage in the cycle space on a Class 150 Swansea-Carmarthen local train

Cycle space on a Class 175 Manchester-Milford Haven train

Bikes on a Class 158 train from North Wales to Chester and Shrewsbury

Instructions and attachments for bikes on a Class 158 train from North Wales to Chester and Shrewsbury

Plenty of space for cycles on the Class 350 trains, but there's no sign of where it is.

Plenty of space for cycles on the Class 350 trains, but there's no sign of where it is.

Plenty of space for cycles on the Class 350 trains, but there's no external sign of where it is.

Plenty of convertible space for cycles on the Class 350 trains, but there's no sign of where it is - just this wheelchair sticker.

Convertible space on a Class 323 train on Birmingham's Cross City Line.

Convertible space on a Class 323 train on Birmingham's Cross City Line.

Cycle space on Chester-Shrewsbury Class 175 train

Space for cycles (and wheelchair ramp) on a Pendolino train

Notice for cyclists on a Pendolino train

Cycle space on a Corail Teoz train from Paris to Limoges and Toulouse

Cycle space on a Corail Teoz train from Paris to Limoges and Toulouse

Barebones cycle space on a Class 313 suburban train on the Great Northern route.

Well-used cycle space on a Greater Anglia Class 170 train - though I'm not sure what the prongs just below saddle height are for.

Luggage and cycle space on an East Midlands Trains service from Market Harborough to Leicester. At the very front of the train.

Cycle space (I suppose) on this rather useless old train (just two a day) from Tbilisi to the airport.

Virgin's Voyager trains now have reserved seats for cyclists in the compartment next to their bikes (I wasn't travelling with my bike but still ended up here - maybe I was somehow tagged as a cyclist from previous journeys? Probably not.)

Plenty of convertible space on the Sprinter local train from Rotterdam to Den Haag Centraal

Convertible space in a Class 323 local train from Manchester Airport

Bikes Go In The First Carriage on the Montréal Metro (no English signage here)

Regulations for carrying bikes on Montréal suburban trains

Bikes Welcome on the Montréal metro - with list of exceptions

Now Accessible to Bikes! Montréal suburban train timetables

Space for four bikes in a First Great Western local train from Penzance to Plymouth.

People can take bikes on parts of the London Underground (eg the Circle line here at Paddington) but it's a very rare sight!

Convertible space in a Desiro regional train, Romania

There'd be lots of room for bikes on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway if it weren't for all the wheelchairs and mobility aids...

Lots of cyclists leaving the train at Pontresina

Cycle space on a Rhaetische Bahn train in the Engadine, Switzerland

Cycle space on a Rhaetische Bahn train in the Engadine, Switzerland

Bike on Rhaetische Bahn train, Engadine, Switzerland

Limited and rudimentary cycle facilities on Southern Railways refurbished class 313 stock.

Awkward cycle/baggage space on a Class 376 Electrostar train in SE London

Bike space on a modern Class 377 Thameslink train - these were supposed to be moving to the Kings Cross-Cambridge line but wil now move to the Great Western route when it is electrified, I believe.

Ski/cycle space on a narrow-gauge rack train from Vallorcine (France) to Martigny (Switzerland).

Limited and awkward cycle area at the end of a carriage on an InterRegional train from Geneva Airport to Brig

Plenty of convertible space on a German double-deck Regional Express train

Loading bikes onto a German double-deck Regional Express train

Map of railway routes around Freiburg on which you can take bikes

Tickets are needed to take bikes on Karlsruhe's tram-train system between 6 and 9am Mon to Fri.

Bike on a Karlsruhe tram-train.

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