My husband and I are planning our first trip to Great Britain. We are not experienced travelers and this is daunting fun.
My question is this. We need to be in Heysham to catch the 2:15 ferry to the Isle of Man on October 12. Our plan is to take the train from Glasgow, leaving about 9:00 a.m. and arriving Heysham at 12:54, with 3 train changes fairly close together (20 minutes or so) on the way. How likely are we to make the ferry with that one hour leeway?
I've looked at flying but don't like what I read about Flybe and this plan sounds like lots more fun, if it works.
Thank you for any info.