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    • karljt2013
    • By karljt2013 16th May 19, 2:12 PM
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    Question about train changeovers
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    • 16th May 19, 2:12 PM
    Question about train changeovers 16th May 19 at 2:12 PM
    I want to buy a train ticket on Northern Trains that goes to Windermere but there is a changeover at Oxenholme.

    The changeover is only about 5-8 minutes. If something goes wrong with the changeover can I simply wait for the next train from Oxenholme to Windermere and use my original ticket or do I have to buy a fresh ticket to complete the journey?
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    • Hasbeen
    • By Hasbeen 16th May 19, 2:53 PM
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    • 16th May 19, 2:53 PM
    I want to buy a train ticket on Northern Trains that goes to Windermere but there is a changeover at Oxenholme.

    The changeover is only about 5-8 minutes. If something goes wrong with the changeover can I simply wait for the next train from Oxenholme to Windermere and use my original ticket or do I have to buy a fresh ticket to complete the journey?
    Originally posted by karljt2013
    Original ticket is good.
    • jbuchanangb
    • By jbuchanangb 16th May 19, 8:35 PM
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    Additionally, if the reason you miss the connection is the late arrival of the inbound train, then you may claim off the operator of that train (the inbound train) in line with their "Delay Repay" policy based on the total delay for completing your journey.
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    • By karljt2013 16th May 19, 9:24 PM
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    Thanks both for your answer.
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