Quick question, now strike is called off I see on National Rail it now says: - Customers, with tickets valid for travel on Monday, 25th May or Tuesday, 26th May, who had already changed their travel plans to travel on Sunday, 24th May or Wednesday, 27th May will be allowed to continue to travel on these days, but are strongly encouraged to consider changing their travel back to Monday 25th May or Tuesday, 26th , as previously booked, if at all possible. This will help avoid overcrowding on the 24th and 27th May. As a reminder, if you had an Anytime, Off-Peak or Super Off-Peak ticket valid for travel on either the Monday, 25th or Tuesday, 26th May you were allowed to use your ticket for travel on Sunday, 24th May or Wednesday, 27th May, subject to any travel restrictions that would normally apply to your ticket on those days. If you had an Advance ticket for travel on Monday, 25th or Tuesday, 26th May, you were allowed to travel on either Sunday, 24th May or Wednesday, 27th May. However, if you decided to travel on either of these two, alternative days, you had to use the same train service that you would have used on the 25th or 26th May, or the services immediately before or after that service. http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/service_disruptions/97695.aspx My understanding of this would be that I would still be ok to travel come on Wednesday on my Advance I had booked for Tuesday? And on the Wednesday I can get either my booked train, the one an hour earlier or an hour later on the Wednesday (its an hourly service). I'd still quite like to have the freedom to stay that extra night - more time with friends. Is my understanding of this correct do you think? Just with it saying "who had already changed their travel plans" that didn't mean I had to go to a booking office to change it did it - I assumed it meant I could use the ticket dated for the Tuesday, but on the Wednesday... In the last bullet point too it uses words like if you HAD, you WERE allowed to travel, you HAD to use... these are all past tense words?