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Unread 6th June 2009, 18:14   #1
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Hi

I'm wondering what trains operate on South Eastern Routes, as 375 on Ashfords etc..? Do they do a daysave type thing like southern?

I'm wondering because I'm going to do an ALR type thing soon!

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Ok i'll give you all that i know on SET and its diagraming.

Charing X / Cannon St / Victoria to all ways to Dartford, Gillingham, Gravesend. This will be either a 465 / 466 might be two coupled together, could also be a 376 but these don't tend to go past Dartford, can be 2x376.

Charing X / Cannon St / Victoria to Ashford. This will be either a 465 / 466 combo or a 375. More likely to get a 375 if its a Ramsgate or Margate service.

Charing X / Cannon St / Victoria to Hastings. Think its only 375 not sure if 466 /465 can do that route.

Charing X / Cannon St / Victoria to Sevenoaks Via Orpington. This will be a 465/466 combo on the stopping service.

Charing X / Cannon St / Victoria to Ramsgate, Dover, Margate. This will be a 375.

Grove Park - Bromley branch tends to be 466 on its own.

Sheerness branch thinks its a 466 on its own.

Paddock wood - Strood. this is a 465 or 466.

In the peak trains can be 8-10-or 12 carriages depending on the route.
Off Peak same but useally limited 12 carriage trains run.

Sorry if i've not spelt some stations correctly but i hope this info helps you.
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Thanks for that! Great
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Do they do a daysave type thing like southern?
They do a similar product- the "Kent 3-Day Rover".

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Kent Rover

Adult- 24.00
Accompanied Child- 1.00

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Accompanied child (up to four) 1.00

No Railcard discounts. Unaccompanied children must purchase an adult ticket.

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Available after 0930 (Monday-Fridays). Available all day Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

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Only available within the area shown on the map (https://themanual.tso.co.uk/tm_rail_...0Map_large.gif)
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Any that you can you to/from London
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Any that you can you to/from London
Thats the product South Eastern offer, take it or leave it.

The Travelcard boundary does stretch pretty close to a couple of stations that the Kent Rover covers. "Swanley" is one station from St Mary Cray which is in Zone 6 and "Sevenoaks" is four stations away from Orpington also in Zone 6.
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Oh well then, looks like I wont be having a day on SouthEastern
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you do-get cheap prices on SouthEastern travel on a 'Group-save'
though,which is quite good.

my advice is get a Travel-card zones 1-2-3-4-5-6,2 child 3.80 adult,then get of at orpington,(Zone 6),then get a proper 2-part return ticket at orpington,and travel the rest of the way,the station is dominated by class 375's but you can get a 465/9 to ashford.

But im sure Southern services operate to Ashford International?
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yeah SN do with a Change at Brighton, Eastbourne or Hastings
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,the station is dominated by class 375's but you can get a 465/9 to ashford
Why would anyone want to travel on a Networker when an Electrostar is on offer. I mean, I don't like Electrostars much, but apart from the supposedly "buzzfire" noise, Networkers are pretty poor.
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