Obtaining a hard copy map if the National Rail network

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katndogs

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Hello, I am retired and have just moved back to England after being away since childhood. I am looking forward to exploring the country by train. My apologies if this has been asked before.

I see that the National Rail offers maps in PDF form that you can print but I don't have a printer and it is hard to read online.

Is there anywhere I can find a hardcopy of the rail system?

Right now it is hard for me to plan journeys because I don't know station names etc.
 
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ANDREW_D_WEBB

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GWR produce a Network map which has the whole country on the reverse. If you are in GWR territory maybe worth an ask at the station.
 

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GWR produce a Network map which has the whole country on the reverse. If you are in GWR territory maybe worth an ask at the station.

I remember randomly picking that up at Cambridge of all places a couple of years ago!
 

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Hello, I am retired and have just moved back to England after being away since childhood. I am looking forward to exploring the country by train. My apologies if this has been asked before.

I see that the National Rail offers maps in PDF form that you can print but I don't have a printer and it is hard to read online.

Is there anywhere I can find a hardcopy of the rail system?

Right now it is hard for me to plan journeys because I don't know station names etc.

Welcome back, how have things changed since you left?
 
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