Tickets Please!

We probably all agree that we should pay for train services and not attempt to dodge fares, even if the service is often dreadful. It may stick in the craw, but them’s the breaks. Given the poor service, you might expect a light handed touch when it comes to ticket inspections. You wouldn’t want to look bad checking tickets following delays, cancellations, and overcrowding, right?

But what if the worst happens? Perhaps ticket machines are broken, perhaps you’ve forgotten your season ticket for the first time in 15 years. These are the days you can expect to have your collar felt, my son!

Kerching! Arrive off-peak, pay for peak!


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