The Independent reports that violent scuffles broke out at Sheffield railway station.
The Guardian reports that the editor of the Sheffield Star has demanded an explanation as to why his reporter was warned off filming the protest.
According to the paper the reporter, Alex Evans, claims he was ordered to erase footage recorded on his phone because he did not have permission to film on private property. The paper says: "When he initially resisted the request and continued to film, he says he was told he could be arrested under terror laws."
The protest was the latest in a series of so-called "Freedom Rides", which take their name from the UK civil rights movement.
Disabled and elderly campaigners are protesting against changes to the discretionary free rail travel system in South Yorkshire. The old rail concessionary scheme was axed to reduce a £243,000 shortfall in South Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority's budget.