Wes Anderson-designed luxury train carriage lets you travel as though you’re in one of his movies

As I sit at a white-clothed table, sip wine from a cut glass goblet and watch the Kent countryside, in southern England, roll by through the window, I feel as if I could be in a Wes Anderson film.That’s not just because trains are a recurring fixture in Anderson’s productions but because the carriage I’m travelling in has been revamped by the movie director himself.Paris-based Anderson, who directed movies including The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr Fox, dislikes flying and is a regular on…

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