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Telephone

0345 605 0525 (7am to 10pm, Monday to Sunday)

Address

Disabled Persons Railcard Office, PO Box 11631, Laurencekirk, AB30 9AA

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Disabled person’s rail card

What does it do?

The Disabled Persons Railcard allows people to get 1/3 off most rail fares throughout Great Britain. If they are travelling with an adult companion they also can get 1/3 off their rail fare too.

Who is it for?

People who are registered as having a visual impairment, deaf or use a hearing aid, or have epilepsy. Anyone receiving Personal Independence Payments or Disability Living Allowance (at either the higher rate or lower rate for getting around or the higher or middle rate for help with personal care). You also qualify if you are five to 15-years old and have a disability listed on the application form (found on the link below or ring for details).

Complete the online application form available below or ring 0345 605 0525.

Text: Minicom/textphone: 0345 601 0132 (for customers with hearing impairments)

Click here to apply online

You can send your completed form, together with the required proof of disability and payment to:

Disabled Persons Railcard Office
PO Box 11631
Laurencekirk
AB30 9AA

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