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    East Coast train - bus part of journey
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    • 13th Oct 12, 11:46 AM
    East Coast train - bus part of journey 13th Oct 12 at 11:46 AM
    I can't get any sense out of East Coast customer services...

    I'm travelling from Grantham to Galashiels. The train goes to Berwick upon Tweed then it is bus from there to Galashiels and same in reverse.

    My question is... do I have to go and find the bus station or is the bus at Berwick train station? On the way back, as there is no train station in Galashiels, is it just an ordinary scheduled bus service or a specified 'rail' bus service? In other words, how do I know which one to get on.

    Ticket says grantham to galashiels v BWK EC and connections.

    The woman on customer services just went on about how it was because of track works etc.... errrr no, it's because there ARE NO trains from Berwick to Galashiels and haven't been since 1969.

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