All change - jargon to be removed from train tickets - MSE News

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  • aljama
    aljama Posts: 1 Newbie
    edited 31 August 2018 at 12:43PM
    t0rt0ise wrote: »
    Getting rid of London Terminals on the ticket is a good idea. The amount of people who think it means they can travel to any underground station is enormous. And then get abusive when it's pointed out to them that it's a National Rail ticket and not valid on the underground.
    To be pedantic are they not valid on the Underground for one journey between two NR terminals as long as you are not finishing your journey in London?
  • aljama wrote: »
    To be pedantic are they not valid on the Underground for one journey between two NR terminals as long as you are not finishing your journey in London?

    If you buy a rail ticket between two location where a cross London transfer is require (e.g Birmingham to Brighton or Norwich to Bristol), your ticket will allow tube travel between the relevant London stations but such a ticket wouldn't say 'London terminals'
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