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  • noun A card allowing reduced fares for traveling by train.

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Examples

  • Can you get a 1/3 off the season ticket by using the railcard? sadly no … … … … … … ….

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  • First glances prompt people to ask if I want a child ticket at the cinema, or if I have a young persons railcard on the Gatwick Express; they don't show a 28-year-old woman who can lead or command.

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  • Step back in time and you'll recall that this is how Gary Glitter made it back a second time round – university gigs were followed by self-parodying student railcard adverts, which were followed in turn by sell-out gigs at Wembley, something he never achieved in his first flush of fame.

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  • Rifleman Zachary Hoyland, 19, had been unable to pick up his Services railcard from barracks and was told the cheaper ticket he had been bought was not valid without it.

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  • Train rides are much cheaper if you get a young person's railcard from the station...

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  • The guy came to check out tickets and I showed him my railcard, which he actually picked up and looked at, rather than just shuffling off.

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  • I need some kind of card case that will hold all 12 or so cards that I use at least weekly three library cards, railcard, two bus cards, bank cards and loyalty cards, I think.

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  • Once the police had established her identity from her railcard, it was discovered that Sonia was biologically a man - a man named David Burgess, one of the finest immigration lawyers of his generation, a man responsible for a succession of trailblazing judgments in the House of Lords and the European Court of Human Rights.

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  • He asked me to go on trips, saying he could take children for £1 on his family railcard.

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  • First Capital Connect said the Queen, who is 84, travelled first class at the front of the four-carriage train and would have paid £47.20 - or £31.50 if she used a senior citizens' railcard.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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