All Line Rover
The All Line Rover is good for seven or 14 consecutive days unlimited rail travel in Great Britain.
It includes travel on the Ffestiniog Railway (which many passes exclude) as well as the Welsh Highland Railway.
It is also valid on Caledonian Sleeper services and First Great Western Night Riviera sleeper services. Free travel on these sleeper services is restricted to seated coaches, although you can upgrade to sleeping berth accommodation for an additional charge.
The All Line Rover pass is not valid for travel on the following rail services:
- London trams
- Docklands Light Railway
- Heathrow Express
- London Underground
- Most heritage railway services (although it is valid for travel on the Ffestiniog Railway)
It also can’t be used when boarding or alighting the following stations before 10am Monday–Friday on services operated by CrossCountry, East Midlands Trains, London Northeastern Railway or Virgin Trains:
- Birmingham New Street
- London Euston
- London Kings Cross
- London St Pancras International
- Luton Airport Parkway
- Milton Keynes Central
- Watford Junction
Restrictions at the above stations do not apply on weekends or bank holidays.
This ticket may be worth considering if you want to travel extensively through the UK for one or two weeks but do not qualify for the BritRail Pass.
The All Line Rover is generally not as good value as a combination of several regional Rover passes, however it does have the advantage of being valid on (almost) the entire UK rail network including the southeast, which is not well served by most other Rover passes. The All Line Rover is also a good pass if you want to take long distance trains without having to change train services where regional Rover rail passes intersect.
|7 days (first class)||£796||£525.35||£398|
|7 days (standard)||£526||£347.15||£263|
|14 days (first class)||£1216||£802.55||£608.00|
|14 days (standard)||£796||£525.35||£398|
The All Line Rover can be used with the following train operating companies: