West Yorkshire Day Rover I think that one is. (£7.10)Another question is DAYROVER W YORKS K701, is that the Train version of the West Yorkshire Day rover?
I662 FRM OF BRIT.14DYLooking for a few more, the All Line Rover codes ...
H921 BICESTER VILLAGE... and the Bicester Village Day Ranger.
I'm of the understanding that they search by name under the R&R menu, as shown to me by an EMT ticket office clerk. There are also Rover Codes however these days it is much quicker to search by the product name in most cases.Do you mean the Rover and Ranger Menu?
Can Codes be entered into that or do they have to search for the name when using that?
There are separate Rover codes for each product, as opposed to CRS codes.So are there additional codes for the rover and ranger menu and I113 as an example wouldn't work in there?
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Is that what you are saying bb21?
Sorry I've been confusing the two. I meant the NLC codes - the four-digit alphanumeric combinations.What does CRS stand for?
That makes sense with what a ticket clerk was looking for on the card at Macclesfield which one of the staff at Stockport booking office produced and passed it on through a conversation with a friend at Macclesfield.