Some of the High Speed services from St Pancras to Kent continue round the circuit and return to St Pancras. The continuation is shown via a footnote to the relevant services in Table 194. e.g. 0825 weekdays departure from St Pancras goes out to Dover Priory (arr 1047) via Faversham - note B indicates "to St Pancras International" The onward journey seems to be missing from the National rail timetable, but the Southeastern timetable (table B) clearly shows the train departing Dover Priory 1049 arriving Ashford International 1115 then switching to the reverse direction table (Table A) departing Ashford International at 1116 arriving St Pancras 1144 (having departed Gravesend at 0847). 1) Is a Rochester to London Travelcard Zones 1-6 season ticket valid Rochester to London - via the "long way round" - I would presume it is as it a direct service. 2) Does this also allow journeys to/from intermediate stations on the "long way round" routing (provided the trains used are the St Pancras - St Pancras services?). Or does the valid at all intermediate stations between the Rochester and London Zones 1-6 stations for the season ticket only apply to the "shortest route(s)"?