Train tracks Issue 349


As featured in our latest print issue, the puzzle requires you to draw a route for the train to travel between Bristol Temple Meads and Clifton Down within the grid restrictions.

A train is departing from Bristol Temple Meads (A) and travelling to Clifton Down (B). The number by the rows and columns indicate how many cells contain pieces of rail. The train track can move vertically or horizontally, or curve left or right, however, it cannot cross itself and must be one continuous rail.


Can you solve the puzzle? Let us know if you need a hand!


Patrick Sullivan

Epigram co-Editor-in-Chief 2019-20, now digital puzzles connoisseur. EngD student researching sustainable composites, entering my sixth year at UoB (somehow).