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But in July both sides were urgently making ready for war. Unfenced strips of arable land were found nearer the houses. Tickets for short journeys using a regional network are typically purchased as Day Returns at the time of travel and are available from machines or ticket offices at the departure station or from a conductor on board the train. In spring and autumn there are likely to be some heavy showers, often followed by sunshine.

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