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London travel card questions

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I have been reading the travel card vs. Oyster card topic and need to see if I understand it correctly. I am still unsure if I understand it correctly. I will need a 1 week travel card.

If I buy a travel card then I need to bring a passport photo for it or do I need a separate id card to go with it?

If I buy a travel card at a National Rail Station, then I can use it with the 2 for 1 coupons which I print on line. Correct?

The travel card is good for the number of consecutive days that I purchase it for. Correct?

It is good for tube, National Rail trains and bus service. Correct?

When I use it, do I put it in the ticket machine at the entrance or do I show it to a live person? Would like the correct procedure so I don't hold up other riders.

How do I find a National Rail Station near where I will be staying? I will be coming in on the Eurostar and staying near Earl's Court tube station?

Most of the major museums and tourist sights are in zone 1 and 2. Correct?

Only will need 1 ride to Heathrow when we leave so it would be best to buy that ticket separately. Correct?

Thanks for taking some time to help with this.

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