I noticed on http://www.greateranglia.co.uk/travel-information/faqs/rail-travel-vouchers, first FAQ, that "there are 4 types of Railcard".
We cannot issue Disabled Persons Railcard's at any of our stations
That'd be a lower case 'g'.
True - but if it's a lesson title, it could be argued that it is a Title [capitalisation intended] in the same way as something like Sociology of Education. In this sense, English Grammar is correct. Similarly, it could be related to emphasis. But I did technically make an error there.
(And yes, that was thought of on the spot.)
Whilst I agree that mentioning out of area railcards is petty ...Agree with above, very petty and people with nothing better do to just picking up on anything and everything.
... you seem to agree that they have got it wrong.They should show Network railcards though as they are available for use on a large part of the GA network.
An annual season ticket is automatically a Gold railcard, so you most definitely can purchase one.Also you cannot purchase a Gold railcard so what would be the point of having it on there?