How to you become a train station announcer?

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I always wanted to be that person that sits up in a booth and announces trains but I went to all the railroad sites and they aren't hiring for one. How do I get that job?

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It is very easy . You don't have to be too much qualified, But you have to have sweet voice . And good ability to communicate with the people. Your voice should be loud and clear. Then you will be able to do this kind of job. Best of luck for you.

How to get the cheapest train ticket from London to Scotland?

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I'm 18 and wanting to go up to Scotland with a couple of friends this summer for some exploring, but so far all the train tickets I have found are super expensive for a return?
I'd prefer to go by train as it's the quickest and easiest route up there.

If you know roughly the cheapest ticket prices than please tell, because I'm a student I'm trying to stick to as cheap as possible.
Thanks.

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Book (and pay) 10-12 weeks in advance on the East Coast website - slightly cheaper than the National Rail website. Example bargain fare I recently had myself London-Grimsby Turn up and go fare £81 Advance fare on National Rail website £13 Advance fare on East website £11.55

How to get the current running information for a train in India?

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I would like to track the movement of a train to know where it currently is, please let me know a site for this.

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try http://www.indianrail.gov.in/

How to get from Watford Junction to Caledonian road by train?

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Can someone tell me the most direct route from Watford Junction to caledonian road by train please? I've tried asking thetrainline but it won't recognise the tube station. I know Watford and Caledonian Road are both on the tube network but I'd prefer to go over ground if possible. I know i'll have to get a tube part of the way as Caledonian road is a tube station. Thanks :)

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Just change at Willesden Junction

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