Dunton Green - Taunton

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I've already used the routing guide for this but would like to confirm.

Dunton Green (DNG) is associated with Sevenoaks and Bromley South Routing Points.

Taunton (TAU) is its own routing point.

The routing guide gives the permitted routes between Sevenoaks and Taunton as LONDON.

The routing guide gives Bromley South to Taunton as a series of map codes which seem to imply that DNG-Waterloo East-Waterloo-Salisbury-Westbury-Taunton as a permitted route. Although this is longer it is the same price and so is this a permitted route on an "Any Permitted" ticket?

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Yes that's fine, maps LK+WX+WE. Both routeing points are appropriate as the SVS from Dunton Green to Taunton at £90 is not more expensive than from Bromley South (£88) or Sevenoaks (£90). Use LK to Waterloo [East], WX to Westbury and WE to Taunton via Castle Cary. It may ease your journey to bring printouts of the relevant maps and details in case you get an awkward SWT guard.
 
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