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Until mid 2015 *Thetrainline.com*, sells tickets (for a fee if not same day travel) to trains in Europe.

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Is Hillingdon just an underground station? If so, where is Google getting its information?

I searched for railway stations near Uxbridge, and Google Maps gave me this: With regular trains to Slough on GWR: However, neither nationalrail.co.uk or Train Line recognise this as a valid journey....
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Is it possible to collect Nectar points via Trainline?

Since I am not eligible for any Railcard, the only available discount/bonus scheme is Nectar Card for me. GWR, SWR, LNER and Virgin Trains allow to collect Nectar points and I have already linked a ...
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Can you reserve a seat with a free child ticket for trains in the UK?

I'm trying to book train tickets from Edinburgh to London, we have a child who just turned 4. Whenever I go to reserve seats I'm given the option to reserve only 2 seats and not one for the child who ...
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Can I re-enter Charles de Gaulle airport's Terminal 2 TGV station to catch a train to Montpellier?

I will be reaching Paris around 20:00 and I am planning to stay the night at a nearby hotel to catch an early-morning train the next day, to Montpellier. Is it advisable to do so? Will I be able to re-...
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Is it possible to buy UK train tickets for whole week?

I am going to get train every day from Gatwick Airport station to Horsham as well as return ways during the week. I found a mobile application — trainline — but there is only one ticket available to ...
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Trainline appears to charge tickets for walking - what am I missing?

I was looking at a ticket from London Waterloo to London Bridge. Most routes show a 1 change (walk to Waterloo East, get train, total 9 minutes). However, there's one option that has 0 changes, and ...