EC and Connections ticket types

Status
Not open for further replies.

Aictos

On Moderation
Joined
28 Apr 2009
Messages
9,333
Here's a simple question, you have two Adults and 1 Child travelling Peterborough to Blackburn via Leeds using a Family and Friends railcard on advance tickets (The advance trains being booked are East Coast) - can they break their journey on the return portion at Accrington?

I know a break of journey is not allowed on the leg involving East Coast trains but is it allowed on the leg involving Northern trains?
 
Sponsor Post - registered members do not see these adverts; click here to register, or click here to log in
R

RailUK Forums

calc7

Established Member
Joined
8 Aug 2011
Messages
2,097
Are you wanting to break your journey to resume it later, or break it to finish it? If the latter, remember you can book Advance outbound and return separately (two different journeys in the same basket) and hence from differing origin/destination stations.
 

Aictos

On Moderation
Joined
28 Apr 2009
Messages
9,333
Are you wanting to break your journey to resume it later, or break it to finish it? If the latter, remember you can book Advance outbound and return separately (two different journeys in the same basket) and hence from differing origin/destination stations.
Want to visit Blackburn but on the way back get some shopping done in Accrington hence the need to break the journey.
 

calc7

Established Member
Joined
8 Aug 2011
Messages
2,097
Oh right, in that case yorkie's suggestion of an Advance to Accrington then a walk-up single from there to Blackburn is likely to be cheapest.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Top