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Captaintrain not releasing all trains for ticket purchase?

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Knowing Captaintrain was releasing Prem fares for summer tickets this morning, I logged on. I'm traveling from Tours (St. Pierre des Corps) to Paris August 2nd. I had previously checked schedules and knew there was a 10:00 train on that route. Perfect! Today, they are not showing that one, only a 8:00 and one at noon, nothing in between.

Is it possible they haven't yet released all trains OR has SNFC just cancelled that train? We have a one hour drive from our rental to the station plus we'll need to return our rental car. A 8:00 train would be brutal. I'm wondering if I should wait for the 10:00 train to show up, take the 8:00 or lose a couple of Paris hours by taking the noon train.

Does anyone have any insight?

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