SPLIT TRAIN TICKET SAVINGS ON CROSS COUNTRY TRAINS
The Official Guide To Money Saving Split Train Ticket Savings on Cross Country Trains
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CrossCountry runs train services across a vast network, centred around Birmingham, stretching from the far South West of England to the North East of Scotland.
Long-distance train services operate from Penzance, Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol via Cheltenham to Birmingham, with trains alternately serving Edinburgh via Derby, Sheffield, Leeds, Doncaster, York, Darlington and Newcastle and Manchester via Wolverhampton, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent and Stockport. Some of the services to Edinburgh continue to Glasgow or Dundee and Aberdeen, making them the longest distance passenger services in the UK. CrossCountry is looking to introduce WiFi to its high-speed trains during 2012.
All CrossCountry trains convey First Class as well as Standard Class accommodation. First Class includes larger reclining seats, more table space and on many services, complimentary food and drink. At weekends you can upgrade onboard to First Class from just £10 on many services.
In addition to any saving you may already enjoy by purchasing your Cross Country Trains train tickets online, you could be pleasantly surprised at how much more money you could save by splitting your train tickets.
CROSS COUNTRY TRAINS SPLIT TICKETS
The Official Guide To Money Saving Split Train Tickets on Cross Country Trains
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