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Please check out the Wikitravel:External links policy. europerail.net cannot be added to the Eurail article because that site is not a primary source for information like Eurail's own website. The section you have been adding it to is reserved for "Official Agents" who are designated by Eurail to accept reservations and are linked to from Eurails own website. Normally we would not allow any such links, but it appears that Eurail does not accept phone orders from North America, so we link to those companies which Eurail says should be used for obtaining tickets. Since they are the designated "Official Sites" by Eurail (by virtue of being linked to from Eurails own website) they can be included and until Eurail designates europrail.net as Official, it cannot be linked to. -- Colin 12:02, 31 October 2006 (EST)