Stoke-On-Trent Train Station Connection Number 0905 960 0211. Calls Cost £1.50 per minute and your phone companies access charge plus a £1.50 connection fee.
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Stoke-On-Trent Train Station Contact Number
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Connection Number 0905 960 0211
Calls Cost £1.50ppm and your phone companies access charge plus a £1.50 connection fee.
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Stoke-On-Trent Train Station Phone Number 0905 960 0211.
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National rail are a rail company located in UK that is used by customers for booking railway tickets. At their official website, you can find out destinations of your journey and book the tickets. They are offering numerous booking options for their customers. You can contact the National Rail customer services for any enquiries related to booking and other facilities offered by National Rail. You can also contact them to file a complaint if you are not happy with their services. If you have experienced a problem at the Stoke-On-Trent train station, you can easily file a complaint via the helpline number listed. Please note that all calls to this 0870 number are forwarded to the official National Rail customer service team.
Why do customers call Stoke-On-Trent train station?:
- To complain about the service received at Stoke-On-Trent station.
- To complain about delays.
- Help to purchase tickets.
- Payment options available at Stoke-On-Trent station.
- Stoke-On-Trent station ticket office opening times.
- Train timetables.
- Help and support with routes.
- Travel information.
- And many more.
It is important to plan your journey from Stoke-On-Trent train station to your destination. You can easily check for travel information, such as delays, updates and price changes by contacting the customer service team on the phone number listed. Alternatively you can contact National Rail via their official website or social media platforms.
Write to National Rail:
If you wish to contact National Rail via post you can use their UK postal address: National Rail, Customer Relations Team, Suite 410, 1 Northumberland Avenue, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5BW.
Alternatively if you would like to take your complaint further then you can write to the independent railway watchdog agency, Transport Focus: Transport Focus, FREEPOST RTEH-XAGE-BYKZ, PO Box 5594, Southend-on-Sea, SS1 9PZ.
The railway system in Great Britain is the oldest in the world. Most of the railway track is managed by Network Rail. These lines range from single to quadruple track or more. In addition, some cities have separate rail-based mass transit systems (including the extensive and historic London Underground). There are also several private railways, which are primarily short tourist lines. The British railway network is connected with that of continental Europe by an undersea rail link, the Channel Tunnel, opened in 1994.
There are 2,563 passenger railway stations on the Network Rail network. This does not include the London Underground, nor other systems which are not part of the national network, such as heritage railways. Most date from the Victorian era and a number are in or on the edge of town and city centres. Major stations lie for the most part in large cities, with the largest conurbations (e.g. Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester) typically having more than one main station. London is a major hub of the network, with 12 main-line termini forming a “ring” around central London. Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol and Reading are major interchanges for many cross-country journeys that do not involve London. However, some important railway junction stations lie in smaller cities and towns, for example York, Crewe and Ely. Some other places expanded into towns and cities because of the railway network.
Train Companies run many different types of trains across the rail network, offering a range of facilities. All trains are totally non-smoking and offer Standard seating.
Some trains offer additional facilities such as:
First Class seating
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