As most Londoners here with an Oyster will probably know, it's been possible for some years now to add certain railcards in my case a 1625 to one's Oyster card. (I was probably one of the first people in London to ever do it, having spotted the new facility when reading through that year's brand new TfL fares & tickets guide those were useful booklets. But I digress.) I was always under the impression that the railcards had to be loaded at participating stations, i.e. Underground/Overground and certain other National Rail stations. This has been a bit inconvenient as I'm miles away from any such station. Nevertheless, that's what TfL's railcard tickets page says, which is also backed up by a page on MikeWh's site. However, looking through TfL's Oyster help for something else, I happened upon another page stating that Oyster ticket stops can also load railcards on to Oysters. Fearing it could be a mistake, I tried Googling to see if anyone had any experience of doing so, and I found just this one mention on Yahoo Answers; a site whose reliability is too questionable to be of use (seriously, don't ever rely on something someone says there). So: does anyone here categorically know if a ticket stop can sort out my railcard for me? You might wonder why I'm not just going to my local one and trying anyway; the answer is that most places around here treat the Oyster machine as a rather incomprehensible bit of technology so I don't want to go in insisting the option's there somewhere if, in fact, it isn't!