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Chunnel - arriving early
It's a couple of years since we last used the chnnel, but what seemed to
happen was that you get a card to hang on your mirror with a letter on it.
This may or may not correspond to your booked crossing time!
So - you get there, and are given what your are given. You can alsways ask -
the worst that can happen is they say no, and you get time to relax and
spend lots of dosh in the shops!
"Ian McFarlane" wrote in message
We are crossing to France in the early hours of Monday morning and this
time we are using the chunnel. Have always used ferries before and if
arriving early have normally got a place on an earlier boat than the one
What happens with the chunnel? Is there likely to be space on an earlier
train if you arrive early or do you have to wait until the one you are
Not actually taking the caravan this time, just a solo car, but we
booked with the CC so posting in this group.