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Yet another train question......

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I am putting finishing touches on 26 day, 10 family member trip! We leave in one week and as official family tour operator ( and not professional by any stretch) I am attempting to purchase some of our train travel online. I have managed the website ok but I can't find any thing that tells me what age you are no longer a child? I have nieces and nephews ages 10,11,13 and 14. The passes which I decided did not save us anything were half price for the 2 youngest (I believe it was until 12.) does anyone know age restriction policy?
Planning this trip has been quite a challenge and I am in panic mode now. Thank you for your help again and again.....Kim

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