The Stobart Pullman was a railtour operator in the United Kingdom, operating pullman type charter trains, as Stobart Rail Tours. The company was a subsidiary of Eddie Stobart Ltd., and was operated by Stobart’s rail partner, Direct Rail Services (DRS). On 16 July 2008 the company released a statement on its website that "train operations have been suspended".
The Pullman was launched with a lunchtime service for 200 people, the Wessex Circular, departing from London Victoria, travelling to Fareham, and returning to London at Euston. This service was run as a top and tailed train, powered by locomotives 47802 Pride of Cumbria and 47712 Pride of Carlisle in DRS compass livery, and a Stobart Pullman headboard.
The Stobart Pullman drew traction from 5 Class 47 diesel locomotives from the DRS charter pool, repainted into DRS Compass livery. The rolling stock was to First Open (FO) configuration and carried a dark blue Stobart Pullman livery, with Stobart fleetnames and the chevron S Stobart logo. Doors were painted white with the DRS compass logo and wording. The Stobart Pullman crest and wording was applied to the coaches between every other window.
(47709 and 47832 are to be renamed by DRS from selections forwarded to Rail Express magazine, which closed on March 24th 2008). 47709 and 47712 previously hauled the Blue Pullman train as Dionysos and Artemis, introduced by FM Rail for the Hertfordshire rail tour company.