These are UK-based ticketing offices, agents and online booking agencies for UK train services.
|Qjump||When Qjump launched in 2001 (I remember interviewing them - A) they were the opposition to TheTrainline.com and concentrating on business travellers. Now they are part of TheTrainline, selling tickets for all train companies on all national routes up until two hours before the train departs.|
|Rail Easy||Train ticket website designed to simplify the fare structure, use less steps to book and no requirement to register or remember a password. It also automatically checks single and return fares at the same time and displays the best price for each journey so travellers no longer have to perform a number of searches to find out if single tickets are cheaper. Raileasy is accredited by the Association of Train Operating Companies.|
|RailEasy4Business||New (Jul 2011) sister brand for business accounts from Rail Easy (above).|
|Railgo||Online rail ticketing for individual business travellers and companies.|
|RedSpottedHanky||New kid on the block (Jul 2011). Stylish independent ticketing site for all train operating companies and train journeys in the UK.|
|National Rail Enquiries||The official online timetable and booking service for UK rail companies.|
|TheTrainline||Popular source for UK rail ticketing since 1999 covering all UK rail companies and routes. They claim they can save travellers up to 39% compared to buying on the day at the station, and they take bookings up to 2 hours before travel.|