I’m wondering what happens if I book seat reservations for connecting trains and miss the second one due to the first one being delayed and it’s not the same operator. For example, I have booked a Eurostar train from Brussels to London and plan to go from London to Sheffield with East Midlands Railway directly after. If the Eurostar is delayed and I miss the second train, will I get refunded/get a new place reservation for the London-Sheffield route? And if anyone has travelled a similar route before, how big of a time margin do you think I should leave for the connection? Final question, it says that the Eurostar arrives at “St Pancras International” and the East Midlands Railway train departs from “St Pancras”. Are they the same station?
(I’m from Sweden and I have a 1st class Global Interrail pass if that is necessary information)
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