- 12 Oct 2010
I am taking my 6 year old nephew to London clearly he needs a train ticket but what sort of tube ticket do i need to get him? Is thier s kids travel card? We will potter about zones 1 and 2 all day
Wow - that is really good! As it covers dlr and Lo we can potter a bit further!If you have a ticket, then he doesn't need one for the tube.
(The generally used method seems to be to use the wide 'luggage' gates, and just go through together, rather than asking to be let through by the staff.)
It's the green routes on http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/tickets/national-rail-map.pdfI do not know if there is an easy way to determine which National Rail services (other than LO) are valid for free travel for children up to 10 years old.
Ah good, that's straightforward then, it's all the routes that are priced at TfL rates, I wonder why they don't just say that and link to the map.It's the green routes on http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/tickets/national-rail-map.pdf
Mike or anyone, is it correct that C2C beyond zone 6 is still green? I'd expect Fenchurch St to Upminster to be green, but not necessarily beyond?It's the green routes on http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/tickets/national-rail-map.pdf