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Old 16-02-2013, 13:26
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It's not a big booklet though, it's made very clear when you buy an advance single that it's valid only on the specific train you have booked and is non-refundable.

I really fail to see what's so hard to understand about that!
If you're doing a one off journey then two advance singles are cheaper than to do a return, its like flying, you can't turn up late and expect to be put on the next flight. I'm sure they offer compensation for late or delayed trains if the delay is significant
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