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What if I can’t buy the ticket I need?

If you cannot buy an appropriate ticket for a journey you want to make because the range of tickets sold at the station where you start your journey is restricted, before you travel you must (if you can) buy a ticket or permit to travel that entitles you to make at least part of the journey.  This is then used as credit en route towards the full cost of the ticket you actually require.

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  • Train
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  • Fares and ticketing

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