TRAVEL THE LINE FOR 1.50

28th July 2013

We regret all our 150 tickets are now allocated.

The Mid Cheshire Line continues to celebrate 150 Years of Rail Travel by offering 150 passengers the opportunity to travel the line for £1.50 on Sunday 28th July 2013.

This provides exceptional value for those who want to take a day out in Chester, Delamere Forest, Northwich, Knutsford, Altrincham, Stockport or Manchester or simply spend the day on the Mid Cheshire Line taking in the sites.

It is a car free day and a fantastic chance for local people to enjoy a cheap day out by train.

This special Day Ranger Ticket is NOT available on the train or through your local ticket office.

  • This ticket is valid on Sunday 28 July 2013 only
  • Travel is permitted on any Northern Rail Mid Cheshire line service between Manchester Piccadilly and Chester via Knutsford
  • This ticket is not transferable and is issued subject to the National Rail Conditions of Carriage
  • It must be produced on demand to any authorised person

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