First Class Means FIRST CLASS in Britain

One of the weird things to get used to in Britain is that their classes of travel are very rigid. Many trains – even commuter trains – have first class cabins which is rather strange in itself.

Unless you have a first class ticket – you cannot go into the first class cabin. Even if it’s empty. If you’re caught you could be forced to pay an on the spot fine or have to buy a first class ticket. Rest assured your ticket will be checked by the conductor.

First class tickets on short journeys don’t usually cost that much more than regular tickets – so if you want a little more legroom and a quieter ride, consider traveling first class – but don’t consider trying to do it for free.

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