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Finding and reserving seats

Information on locating a seat, checking the number of carriages on our services, and finding out how busy they are

About reserving a seat

You can’t reserve a seat on our trains.

You can simply stroll onto any of our trains and sit yourself down in a spare seat if you have a valid ticket.

Some of our trains are a lot busier than others, so we can’t always guarantee you’ll get a seat. We're sorry about that.

You could check how busy your route is at particular times, to see if you can get a train with more seats at a different time.


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Priority seating

We offer free Priority Seating cards to those who  have a special need for a seat – say if you’re elderly, disabled or pregnant. Priority seats are usually near the doors and are marked with a sign showing a ‘P’ inside a blue triangle.

Mothers-to-be can also request a free Baby on Board badge.

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Going First Class

You could think about about going First Class, it costs that bit extra but can make it easier to find a seat in a quieter carriage.

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Reservations with other train companies

If part of your journey is with another train company, but you book it through us, we’ll contact them to book you a seat (when and where possible).

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