Questions and answers

What are GWR off-peak times?

What are GWR off-peak times?

Off-peak Day Travelcards can be used on journeys after 09:30 from Monday to Friday. They can also be used at anytime at the weekend and on public holidays. Just make sure you travel on the day your ticket is valid. Both tickets are valid until 04:30 the next day.

How do I contact GWR?

The team can also be contacted by calling 03457 000 125 (06:00-23:00). You can also get in touch with our Social Media team. Whenever possible, they will deal with your complaint directly. If they can’t help, they will pass your complaint on to our Customer Support team.

Does off peak return mean anytime?

Not to be confused with Off-Peak Day Returns, the Off-Peak Return ticket requires you to make the outward part of your journey on the date shown on the ticket. The return part of your journey, however, can be completed on any day on an Off-Peak train within one calendar month of the ticket’s issue date.

Is food free on First Class trains?

All passengers travelling in First Class will receive complimentary food and drink.

Can I drink my own alcohol on a train?

On most trains in England and Wales, drinking alcohol is allowed. However, train operators may opt to run “dry” trains, meaning passengers cannot bring alcohol on board nor consume it.

Can you use Oyster on GWR?

Contactless pay as you go can now be used on both GWR and TfL Rail services between Reading and London Paddington. Now there’s no need to top up or queue for tickets at the station.

What happens if I miss my train GWR?

If your train is delayed or cancelled and you decide not to travel, you can claim a full refund of your ticket from the original retailer. If you bought your ticket from us, wherever possible we will give you a full refund at any GWR ticket office.

Do Great Western trains have toilets?

Are there toilets onboard? There are toilets onboard all of our trains. You’ll usually find one at the end of a carriage.

When was a Cowboy’s Christmas Prayer put in the public domain?

In December 2013, the estate of S. Omar Barker placed this poem in the public domain as a gift for all of us to enjoy.

Which is the Best Western of all time?

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Who was the poet who wrote a Cowboy’s Christmas Prayer?

Barker at home in his beloved New Mexico. So respected was Barker as a cowboy poet that Tennessee Ernie Ford and sausage king-country singer Jimmy Dean read this poem on national television, and it has been reprinted more than 100 times in collections of Barker’s works, in magazines and on Christmas cards.