LNER to continue accepting Eurail and InterRail passes08/08/19
LNER will continue to accept tickets booked through the Eurail and Interrail system of pan-European train travel.
It had been announced that from the end of December British train companies would no longer be part of the scheme accepting tickets from European citizens for travel in Britain. However, LNER will continue to accept customers wishing to use Interrail passes on the East Coast route.
David Horne, LNER Managing Director, said: “We will continue to accept customers using passes as part of the Eurail and Interrail system. LNER is proud to encourage people to travel with us and visit the many locations along our route.”
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