|Network SouthEast Promotional Leaflets||
Shown below are varios adverts/posters/leaflets taken from Network SouthEast timetables. A description appears next to each one. The images are thumbnailed, so to view the whole image, click on the thumbnail.
|Network SouthEast GoldCard: Gold card was the name given to annual season tickets. In addition to being season tickets, the Gold Card also gave the holder 1/3 of Rail Fares, and children could travel for a fare of £1.|
|Network Card: Still available today, although not with the NSE branding, is the Network Card. This card cost £10, and allowed 1/3 of all NSE fares, and a flat rate of £1 for children.|
|Network AwayBreak Ticket: This was a type of Rail Ticket, which allowed the holder to travel out, and stay at the destination for a few days before returning. This advert was circulated within NSE timetables.|
|1 Day Travel Card: The one day travelcard allowed (and still does) unlimited travel on Londons Busses, Underground and NSE trains. It could be added on to any NSE ticket.|
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