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    Default 15 anywhere in Scotland Return

    Scot Rail has their over age 55 offer again, anywhere in scotland return for 15. If you have any kind of railcard you get an extra 2 off, this is amazing value.
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    Now that is interesting, must look into this

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    Club 55 runs from 1 May until 20 June 2010 and you can make as many trips as you like during this period.

    http://www.scotrail.co.uk/club55

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    I wish you had put that it was over 55 in the title - very misleading.

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    How long does the train take to get to Inverness?
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    Varies between 3hr 32mins and 3 hrs 43 mins according to timetable from Thurso to Inverness.

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    Don't forget you will need to provide proof of age when purchasing your ticket. My sister tried that last year, but was 2 weeks too young!
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    Train to Inverness 4 hours. i dont know of anyone who has been asked for proof of age for the over 55 tickets, a lot of my pals are younger , maybe they look 55.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gronnuck View Post
    How long does the train take to get to Inverness?
    It depends which driver is on duty, this was today's duty roster:-


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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie View Post
    Varies between 3hr 32mins and 3 hrs 43 mins according to timetable from Thurso to Inverness.
    Thanks for that charlie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gronnuck View Post
    How long does the train take to get to Inverness?
    About 300 feet...what? Oh, sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie View Post
    Varies between 3hr 32mins and 3 hrs 43 mins according to timetable from Thurso to Inverness.
    Man alive it veritably hurtles these days!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fran View Post
    Train to Inverness 4 hours. i dont know of anyone who has been asked for proof of age for the over 55 tickets, a lot of my pals are younger , maybe they look 55.
    Are you inferring, Fran, that they are mibbe cheating the system?


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