Do Dutchflyer tickets (purchased in UK) restrict travel by train from Hoek van Holland to Amsterdam?? Because, the GoLondon tickets purchased in Holland allow travel from any station in Holland to Hoek van Holland or similar on the return trip to any station.
Are Dutchflyer tickets not valid from other stations serviced by 'one' to Harwich (other than Liverpool station)??
Are GoLondon tickets (from Harwich) valid to all stations serviced by 'one' or only on the track Harwich - London??
Any news about the Discovery going to be taken out of service later this year?
It looks like the term GoLondon is out. Website was not functional today. Trains included in this service cover all stations, not just London. StenaLine does all the ferry-train bookings. Article needs to be clearer about what is and what is not part of this service. --VanBurenen (talk) 09:31, 20 March 2008 (UTC)
Is this really that terrific? It's surely possible to buy a rail-ticket which includes ferry-travel for other journeys. There are surely other ports where "passengers disembark right into the railway station". —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 18:27, 26 March 2010 (UTC)