There used to be different colour versions too,there were green tickets for weekly tickets and grey for monthly tickets but they stopped these about a year ago to have standardised orange ticketsIn the UK we have these, they seem to be smaller than other countries i've been to, credit card size.
There are also bigger ones that you get if you order by post or internet but I don't have a photo.
The Belgian railways (NMBS/SNCB) still have the lowest fares in western Europe. They regularly have special promotions as well.6,80 euros for 35km?? Deamn ... Here it's like 1,2 Euros.
Yes, but from one side of Belgium to the other only takes 10 minutes the country is so smallNefast;13433768And if you're younger then 26 then you can also buy a [I said:go-pass[/I] which costs €45. With this ticket you can make 10 trips at the rate of €4,5 per journey to any station in the country. So you can travel from one side of the country to the other side for only €4,5! I don't think there are similar tickets in neighbouring countries. Please, someone prove me wrong if this isn't true