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US credit cards in UK train ticket machines

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Hoping someone with recent experience can answer this, since I searched the board without really finding an answer (and I hope I will not spark a debate about the relative merits of chip and pin cards to old-fashioned US credit cards -- it seems that topic is fully covered on other threads). As a traveler with a US credit card, I have had problems using train ticket machines in Europe in the past several years. Is this going to be a problem for me on an upcoming trip to the UK? Even if the kiosk won't take my card, I can always pick up prebooked tickets from a window with a person who will be able to handle my US credit card, right?

Thanks for your assistance.

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