My card turned up today - no photo on it.
Those who have met me know that my hearing isn't perfect, but it's enough to get by with my hearing aid. However, I'll take the discount without any qualms at all.
I agree that it should be available to a wider selection of disabilities. But I'd quite...
The other advantage of the Disabled Person's Railcard is that it discounts Oyster fares at all times, unlike other railcards.
It's also worth noting that the Disabled Person's Railcard now requires a photograph (it never used to). I renewed mine online (also for a hearing impairment) and had to...
The 10.33 was removed from the timetable on the 4th March - http://timetablehistory.com/times.aspx?uid=C76169&date=20220312
However, the 10.40 to Manchester actually stops at Crewe earlier than the booked train at 12.10 (it was scheduled to overtake it). So just catch that one.
The train was removed from the timetable on the 9th (http://timetablehistory.com/times.aspx?uid=G86348&date=20220214). Some retailers would have emailed you to let you know, but others don't have that facility yet. However, the ability to do this should be available to all retailers in due course.
It wasn't the payment - that authorised. They just gave a generic "problem at our end" error, and didn't charge the card.
We eventually managed to get through on the phone, and once though the queue, it was simple enough to book. But it would have been easier if their website had...
Indeed. It's also worth bearing in mind that itineraries generated by FastJP are not checked against fares and thus are not necessarily Permitted Routes. So you might actually need to split tickets to get fares against them.