Safeguarded Priv on HS1

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  1. ge-gn

    ge-gn Member

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    Morning,

    Does anyone know safeguarded travel facilities (boxes and Priv fares) valid on domestic services out of St. Pancras to Kent.

    Ta.
     
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  3. bb21

    bb21 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Yes, of course.

    HS1 is just the name of the line. The service is just a bog-standard National Rail service, regardless of what SouthEastern may want it to sound like.
     
  4. notadriver

    notadriver Established Member

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    Yes facilities are available on Southeastern's high speed services from St Pancras, the fastest domestic trains in the country and the only way to ride on HS1 without a passport.
     
  5. ge-gn

    ge-gn Member

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    Great. Thanks for that!
     
  6. Mutant Lemming

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    They did used to have a peak flow restriction but that has now been removed.
     
  7. Merseysider

    Merseysider Established Member Fares Advisor

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    You should have no issues whatsoever. Despite HS1 being magically outside of the Oyster zones, it is still an integrated part of National Rail.
     
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