More than the £2,000 or £3,000 you spend to get into a train on a weekday, how much do those tickets cost?
That’s a question that we’ve asked ourselves in a new series of train table price guides for our readers, and our research has confirmed what we already knew: train tickets are expensive.
So expensive that we’re going to need a calculator.
To do this, we’ve got to figure out the average price of a train fare, as measured by the Met Office, which puts the average fare for the year 2018-19 at £1,831.
But as this article on the BBC website reveals, some train journeys are much more expensive than that.
For example, the average journey from London to Birmingham will cost around £15,923.
The average journey on the network in 2020-21 will be £22,056.
To get a more accurate reading on the price of train tickets, we need to calculate the average amount of train journey a passenger can spend.
For this, the UK Transport Authority’s Rail Travel Cost Index is used, which we calculated for the past five years and which gives a breakdown of the average cost per trip for each type of journey.
For the next five years, we used the average fares for the previous five years as a guide.
Here’s how the index breaks down, as of 2017-18.
In 2017-2018, the index showed an average of £2.86 for train tickets.
In 2019-20, it was £3.04, and for 2020-22 it was a little over £4.03.
It’s interesting to note that the average ticket cost is very low when compared to what you pay for a flight, a hotel stay or a weekend out on the town.
For some train trips, you could pay just £50 for a single-decker coach, but the average train fare is still £3 in 2019-21, so the average trip cost could be much higher than £2 or £4 in 2019.
The cheapest way to travel is to book a train online, but this costs a fortune, and there are several online travel agencies that charge significantly more than their national average.
To save money, it’s best to book from the UK to other European countries or the US, which usually have much lower fares than the UK.
However, the price for a train trip is much higher in the UK than in other European nations, where a train journey can be cheaper than it is in the US.
On average, the cheapest ticket to travel in the EU is from the Netherlands to Spain, at £3 on average.
The cheapest train trip in Europe is from Spain to Greece, at around £5,000.
However this doesn’t tell the whole story.
For a train to reach your destination, you’ll have to spend more than a day on board.
The average train journey from the US to Europe takes around 18 hours, while a train from the EU to Greece takes only 11 hours, meaning you’ll spend about £6.70 a day or around £3 a day if you book online.
So if you’re on holiday and want to spend a day exploring Europe, you’re going for a bargain.
A train to the UK from a European countryThe next thing we need is the average daily number of passengers.
The UK Transport Agency gives us the figure at around 6,500, so we need a figure for how many people there are on board the train.
This is the total number of people on board when you buy a ticket.
It doesn’t give us a breakdown for how long it takes to get there.
In other words, if you bought a ticket at a time when people were still boarding trains, it might be more convenient to go to the train station before they board.
We’ve included that figure below.
A UK train with a capacity of 30,000peopleA UK rail journey with a maximum capacity of 40,000People in a train travelling to and from London are known as “people”.
In the UK, trains have capacity of 25,000 passengers and can travel for up to 45 minutes.
So, a train with capacity of 35,000 people is a great way to get to and through London.
If you want to be a part of this journey, it may be a good idea to book early.
The UK’s rail network is built around trains, so it’s a bit more expensive to travel on a British railway train than on a European one.
A UK train has a maximum speed of 45mph (66kmh) and you have to make an extra hour or so travelling between stations.
This can mean a long journey.
A British train with 60,000 seatsThe average seat on a UK train is 60,001.
However, a lot of people will travel more than this, because a lot more seats are available on British railways than in European ones.
This means you’ll want to book on the same