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2012-11-01   Views:1

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Trains run between Liverpool and London up to four times every hour. In most cases the most prominent station for departure is London Euston, which has trains departing at 15-minute intervals to Liverpool Lime Street, although you should check depart

How to book train travel from London to Liverpool

Trains run between Liverpool and London up to four times every hour. In most cases the most prominent station for departure is London Euston, which has trains departing at 15-minute intervals to Liverpool Lime Street, although you should check departure times relevant to your specific trip. To book train travel for this journey, take advantage of the National Rail Enquiries website. This website outlines all options relating to train travel such as travel times, travel duration and travel cost together with an option to reserve your train travel tickets.

Skill level:Moderately Easy

Things you need

Debit or credit card

Instructions

1 Access the National Rail Enquiries Website. Ensure that you begin your train travel search at the "Home" page. This page can be accessed by clicking on the "Home" tab at the top of any National Rail web page.

2 Input the your journey details into the appropriate search facility on the National Rail Enquiries website. This can be found under the heading at the top of the page entitled "Train times and tickets."

3 Ensure that you enter the correct departure and destination points in the boxes provided, namely London and Liverpool respectively. Enter the desired dates and the times of your travel into the boxes below in order to search for the most appropriate trains.

4 Click the "More options, railcards and passengers" link for advanced options, which enable you to increase passenger numbers, add a via point and choose specific train operators. When satisfied that all options have been attended to, click the "Go" tab to access the next page and view your search results.

5 Select the most appropriate train from the available list. The price of trains can vary between departure times so you could save money if your travel times are flexible. The price can be seen on the right hand side of the train details. When you have selected a train journey, click the "Buy now" tab to the right of the quoted price.

6 Select the most appropriate fare for your journey. These fares vary in price with the most expensive giving you access to increased luxuries and privileges. After you have selected your fare, choose a departure time from the list below the fare selection tool. At this point, add a return journey if applicable and click on the "buy now" tab below the cost of the total fare.

7 Choose your desired seating preferences from the options provided together with the ticket delivery method. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the "Buy now" tab. A total price will be shown together with an option to sign in or register as a new user. If you have not purchased train tickets though this website before there will be a requirement to register personal details. Check the travel dates and travel cost before submitting your payment details using a registered credit or debit card. A confirmation email and booking reference code will be available upon completion of the booking.

Tips and warnings

Be flexible with your travel dates and travel times.

Check for different routes in order to save time and expense.

Make a note of the booking reference code for any amendments or cancellation issues.

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