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Missed train in France

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If I book a sequence of trains in France and the train on one leg runs late causing us to miss the next leg and the latter is booked on a "loisir reduit" discount ticket will I have to buy a new ticket for that leg or will SNCF accept that the fault was theirs and exchange my ticket for a place on the next available train. The example I am looking at booking is Avignon dep 8.38/arr 9.10 Nimes dep 9.28/arr 13.19 Agen where the second train (from Nimes) is a compulsory reservation on an "loisir reduit" ticket. If trains are on time 18 minutes should be adequate but what happens if it is late.

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