Passengers left steaming as IT glitch knocks out rail ticket machines

Chris Merriman
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Commuters less than chuffed by ticket machine outage

Ticket Machines at UK rail stations have been hit by an outage which has led to travellers being unable to purchase tickets during the morning rush hour. The displays showed that the machines ha...

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