The Rail Delivery Group said the change of heart followed strong reaction to the decision to leave.
Britain's membership of the Interrail and EU train travel schemes will continue - just 24 hours after it was announced the UK would leave the project. Industry body the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) said it renewed talks with Eurail Group, the company running the programmes, following "strong reaction to news of our departure". They were able to reach an agreement which means Britain "will be remaining part of both the Interrail and Eurail passes". The tickets allow holders to travel by train across Europe.
UK train operators will stay in the scheme following a backlash on social media.