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Major Updates

Discounted Railcards

To buy tickets or find out about train times, you can visit National Rail’s website, or call National Rail Enquiries on: 08457 484950 (UK only).

You can save around 1/3rd off the price of your ticket with a Railcard These are available for:

  • 16-25 year olds
  • 23-60 year old (Trail only)
  • Two adults travelling together (Two Together card)
  • People over 60 years old
  • Disabled people
  • People travelling in a group with children (Family & Friends card). This saves up to 1/3rd on adult fares and up to 60% on child fares
  • The HM Forces railcard also offers around 1/3rd off for members of the Regular Forces or Volunteer Reserves and spouses/civil partners of members


PlusBus is a bus pass that you buy with your rail ticket


PlusBus is a discount price bus pass that gives you unlimited bus (on participating operator’s services) around the whole urban area of the rail-served town or city.

You can buy with your train ticket at any National Rail station ticket office, or online. It can also be bought from self-service machines at many main rail stations.

There are no peak period restrictions, so you can hop-on and hop-off buses and trams as much as you like all day.

Plusbus Fares

AreaPlusBus page for fares and service information
BathClick here
Bristol (Temple Meads or Parkway)Click here
BridgewaterClick here
CheltenhamClick here
ChippenhamClick here
GloucesterClick here
Weston-super-MareClick here
Please note:

  • PlusBus is not available if you only make a local train journey between two stations located within the same town or city.
  • PlusBus is a national scheme and is available for 290 rail-served town and cities across Britain.

Further information

Although we make every effort to keep our pages updated, you should always confirm the information with the operators before you travel.

Last checked: 05/06/2018

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