Disruption between Carlisle and Glasgow Central/Edinburgh is now expected until Monday 29th February.

CrossCountry services to and from Scotland are expected to be busier than usual while Virgin Trains West Coast and First TransPennine Express are unable to run a normal service between Carlisle and Glasgow/Edinburgh. For further details please see National Rail Enquiries 

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Railcards give discounts of 1/3 on the price of most train tickets. A Railcard usually costs £30 a year, and can pay for itself in just one rail journey! It's a great way to save money on train tickets.

Types of railcards

How it works

  • Railcards are annual discount cards for particular groups of people. 
  • To see what type of railcard you qualify for, read the summaries below. 
  • The cost is far lower than the savings you can make on the cost of your train tickets over a year!

Savings and benefits

  • Railcards give discounts of 1/3 on most adult Standard and First Class rail fares. 
  • The Family & Friends Railcard also saves 60% on child fares. 
  • As a bonus, Railcard holders can save money on accommodation, restaurants, days out and much more!

Find out more about Railcards here.


16-25 Railcard

Who?

  • Anyone aged 16 to 25
  • Students in full-time education aged 26 or older

Cost?

  • £30 for one year
  • £70 for three years

Buy a 16 - 25 Railcard.


Family & Friends Railcard

Who?

  • Up to 4 adults and 4 children aged 5-15 - plus, you don't need to be related
  • The whole group can travel together on just one Family & Friends Railcard

Cost?

  • £30 for one year
  • £70 for three years

Buy a Family & Friends Railcard.


Senior Railcard

Who?

  • Anyone aged 60 or older

Cost?

  • £30 for one year
  • £70 for three years

Buy a Senior Persons Railcard.


Disabled Persons Railcard

Who?

  • You might qualify if you are registerd as visually impaired, deaf or use a hearing aid, or recieve disability-related benefits.
  • Covers the cardholder and one other person travelling with them

Cost?

  • £20 for one year 
  • £54 for three years

Buy a Disabled Persons Railcard.


 

Two Together Railcard

Who?

  •  Two named people travelling together aged 16 or over.

Cost?

  • £30 for one year

Buy a Two Together Railcard

 

 

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