Help! Train Journey...

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Found 31st May 2009
Just wondering is someone could help me, I want to make a train journey from point A to point B.
Point C is along the route, so could i get off here and leave the station, and come back later on in the day and continue my journey to point B on the same ticket as before?

rep for any help.

thanks.

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think you can only break the journey on the way back

Yes you can, you have paid for the journey from a - b, if you get off inbetween and rejoin thats not a problem, i used to do it all the time

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clondikemike;5364139

Yes you can, you have paid for the journey from a - b, if you get off … Yes you can, you have paid for the journey from a - b, if you get off inbetween and rejoin thats not a problem, i used to do it all the time



nice! so going through the ticket barriers wont be a problem then?

I dont think you'll be able to do it, every ticket I've ever had has been marked so that you cant re-use it.

And some ticket barriers swallow the tickets, would double check whilst booking to be honest.

southampton_sain;5364149

nice! so going through the ticket barriers wont be a problem then?



No, and if you have a problem speak to one of the staff, will let you go through, you have paid to travel between two points where you get off inbetween is up to you:thumbsup:

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clondikemike;5364671

No, and if you have a problem speak to one of the staff, will let you go … No, and if you have a problem speak to one of the staff, will let you go through, you have paid to travel between two points where you get off inbetween is up to you:thumbsup:



im not sure this is correct, same as on a bus, you buy the ticket to get you from A to B, doesnt mean you can get on and off at every town inbetween

sassie;5364714

im not sure this is correct, same as on a bus, you buy the ticket to get … im not sure this is correct, same as on a bus, you buy the ticket to get you from A to B, doesnt mean you can get on and off at every town inbetween



as long as the ticket says from A to B any route permitted you will be ok

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boothy;5364739

as long as the ticket says from A to B any route permitted you will be ok



yes if it says any route on it, didnt think thats what the op was asking though, ooops and i misread it as i thought they had already got tickets - lol

sassie;5364754

yes if it says any route on it, didnt think thats what the op was asking … yes if it says any route on it, didnt think thats what the op was asking though



OP have you already got your ticket?,if so have a look at it as per my post above,if not ring rail enquiries and ask

when i went to prestatyn on the train i got a ticket from where i lived to prestatyn but had to change three times the train went to chester and i had to change but i had to check something out in chester and the station staff didnt mind. maybe act niaeve (sp)

boothy;5364739

as long as the ticket says from A to B any route permitted you will be ok



mine definately said any route permitted :thumbsup:

Original Poster

yeah my ticket says any route permitted.

thanks for all your help!
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