I have always thought that certain rail passes were only for those living elsewhere; that my son, who resides in England, would not be eligible for a britrail England pass as we, Canadian residents, are. With that in mind, we purchased two first class passes, one senior, one adult, for ourselves: 3 days within 2 months.
Rail Europe (from whom we bought the passes) has told me that our son IS eligible for a pass because he is a citizen of the US and has a US passport. I am dubious about this advice, especially since his US passport contains a British visa allowing him to live and work in Britain until 2017.
We would love to buy him a BritRail pass but want to follow the rules and prevent a most unpleasant situation if the Rail Europe advice is wrong, as I believe it is.
Does anyone have knowledge of this situation.