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Q: How much did a train ticket cost in 1930s?

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The cost of a ticket varies based on state, the issuer, and other details. At this time the cost of a ticket for riding on top of a sunroof is unknown, if a ticket has been issued the cost maybe on the ticket.

$25.00

depends on how fast you were going.

There is not a ticket charge for a no proof of insurance in Michigan. You are given a ticket for other things, such as speeding.

I had a fail to yield ticket that caused an accident and paid $214.

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The average cost for a train ticket was $4.

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how much did a train ticket cost in 1960

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a movie ticket then cost about .20 then by 1940 raised up to .25

A train ticket is determined by where you are going, so the cost varies.

85 cents

In the 1850's, an English train ticket cost will depend on the number of miles traveled. Each mile, for a Middle class train, cost $0.75.

Usually, a movie ticket would cost around 25 cents.

When traveling it is important to know how much that travel will cost. A train ticket to Portsmouth can vary from $10-$100+ depending on where a person is traveling from.

The cost of the train ticket in the 1860's would depend on the distance traveled. On average, the cost was less than 3 cents per mile.

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