Call the First Great Western contact number by dialing the number 0870 280 3952 to be able to speak with First Great Western customer services.
First Great Western Contact Number
0870 280 3952
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First Great Western Phone Numbers:
|First Great Western Customer Services||0870 280 3952|
|First Great Western Complaints||0345 700 0125|
|Call First Great Western From Abroad||+44 345 700 0125|
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First Great Western is a train travel company located in the United Kingdom, based in the west of England. First Great Western focuses on providing an efficient train service in the region of the southwest of England. Their service stretches from London in the east, where the principal termination station is London Paddington, to St Austell in Cornwall in the West. First Great Western often provides cafe facilities on many of their trains and there is the option to book your ticket first class. Tickets can be bought directly on the First Great Western website or through other train travel ticket providers. The company provides the only service for customers wishing to travel by train from London, Reading or Bristol to the west or south west of England.
Customers might want to contact First Great Western to ask a range of specific questions. For example, the customer might have heard that the line is going to be affected by engineering works at a certain time and they might want to clarify how this will affect journey times. If they have been delayed they might want to contact First Great Western customer service to make a complaint or to ask for compensation. They also might want to call the First Great Western contact number to check about journey times, facilities available on the train itself or the future of the company and how it might be changing in the future.