Off Peak (SVR) Restriction Codes

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  1. SickyNicky

    SickyNicky Verified Rep - TrainSplit.com

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    Hi,

    Other than 8A, 8E, 8X, 2T and 4C, what other restriction codes exist for Off-Peak (SVR) tickets that effectively allow peak travel? I know there's some (like 8X) which have a very early cut off, which for all intents and purposes means they are available in the peak.

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  3. island

    island Established Member

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    Have you tried looking at the main TPE and XC routes for starters?
     
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    SickyNicky Verified Rep - TrainSplit.com

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    I had a quick look through and found 8X, but there's nothing else immediately obvious.
     
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    Indigo2 Established Member

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    I was going to say 8X (after 5am). Although 8X has some restrictions on HS1 trains in the morning and afternoon peak into/out of St Pancras (the 8X code refers to codes 7E and 9J).

    8E is another one. Any train except those timed to depart between 01:15 and 04:00.
     
  6. bb21

    bb21 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    The ones off the top of my head.

    8E - Mainly EC SVRs, eg. Leeds - Peterborough. (Restricted 0115-0400.)
    2T - Mainly VWC SVRs, eg. Nuneaton - Liverpool Stations. (Restricted before 0415.)
    4C - Can't remember where I saw it before.
     
  7. John @ home

    John @ home Established Member Fares Advisor

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