Brad and Angelina charter train

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
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BRAD Pitt and Angelina Jolie chartered an entire train to transport their family from London to Glasgow, Scotland.

The couple took their brood - Maddox, 10, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh, five, and three-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox - on the private Virgin train for the five-hour journey to the Scottish city, where the actor is set to shoot scenes for his new movie 'World War Z'.

A spokeswoman for Virgin Trains confirmed to Mail Online: "As far as I am aware, Brad and Angelina hired the whole train.

"It is a bespoke service so prices would vary on the individual, people have different needs from station requirements to catering."

The movie's creators are aiming to transform Glasgow into Philadelphia for the motion picture, with yellow taxis and white police cars, similar to those in the US city, set to be introduced, as well as signs for famous locations such as John F Kennedy Boulevard.

The 36-year-old beauty has recently been spotted out and about with the couple's children in Richmond, south west London, while the Hollywood hunk films 'World War Z' scenes on a ship in Falmouth, Cornwall.

Angelina took Shiloh and Zahara on a shopping spree to The Toy Station boutique in the town and was spotted leaving with various treats for her kids including cowboy guns, tattoo transfers, 'Ben 10' action figures and sticker packs.

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