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Timetable Changes Saturday, 23 May

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Amended service between Oxenholme Lake District and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh from Saturday 23 to 05:00 on Tuesday 26 May

Engineering work is taking place between Oxenholme Lake District and Glasgow Central/Edinburgh with various line closures.

CrossCountry on Saturday and Sunday will be diverted and not call at Motherwell, buses will run between Glasgow Central and Motherwell.

First TransPennine Express from 08:00 today, buses replace trains between Carlisle and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central.

On Sunday the service between Manchester Airport and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central will be diverted to terminate/start at Windermere, buses replace trains between Oxenholme Lake District/Penrith/Carlisle/Lockerbie and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central.

On Monday the service between Manchester Airport and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central will terminate/start at Carlisle, buses replace trains between Carlisle and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central.

On Tuesday the 04:22 Glasgow Central to Manchester Airport will start from Carlisle.

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Dalmuir to Larkhall - Today, services will start / terminate at Rutherglen, calling additionally at Bridgeton and Dalmarnock for the bus interchange at Dalmarnock.  Buses will operate between Dalmarnock and Larkhall calling at all booked stations.

Balloch to Larkhall - On Sunday, services are diverted to / from Hamilton West via Whifflet and Motherwell.

Glasgow Central to Lanark - today and tomorrow, buses will replace trains between Glasgow Central and Lanark, calling at all booked stations.

Ayr to North Berwick (via Carstairs) - today, services will operate between Ayr and Glasgow Central and between Edinburgh and North Berwick. Replacement buses will run between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh.

Edinburgh to Motherwell - Tonight, the 23:16 Edinburgh to Motherwell service will not call at Carstairs, Carluke & Wishaw (runs non stop via Shotts).  Bus services will operate between Kirknewton and Motherwell calling at Carstairs, Carluke and Wishaw.

Milngavie to Motherwell / Cumbernauld / Motherwell to Dalmuir - Today, services will start / terminate at Rutherglen with onward travel to Motherwell / Cumbernauld by bus departing from Dalmarnock. Tomorrow, buses replace trains between Bridgeton and Larkhall until approximately 10:00 and after 18:00 between Dalmarnock and Larkhall. Between10:00 and 18:00 buses will call at all intermediate stations.  

Virgin Trains Today and Monday, buses replace trains between Carlisle and Edinburgh / Glasgow Central. Today, the 04:26, 05:54, 06:30 Glasgow Central to London Euston will be allowed to pass through the engineering. On Sunday buses replace trains between Oxenholme Lake District and Edinburgh/Glasgow Central. Additionally on Saturday and Sunday trains are diverted between Milton Keynes Central and Rugby.

Virgin Trains East Coast today and also on Monday, the 06:55 from Glasgow Central to London Kings Cross will start from Edinburgh at 08:00. On Sunday the 16:30 London Kings Cross to Glasgow Central service will terminate at Edinburgh.

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19.00 Edinburgh to Doncaster is a Dry Train

The 19:00 service from Edinburgh to Doncaster will be an alcohol free train until Doncaster. You will not be able to bring alcohol in any form, onto the train, or consume it whilst on board. This policy has been put in place to ensure that all of our customers can enjoy a more pleasant journey.

Virgin Trains East Coast have prohibited the possession of intoxicating liquor from the above mentioned train service

 It is an offence under Byelaw 4(2) of the Railway Byelaws, for any person travelling on the services listed above to be in possession of intoxicating liquor or to attempt to enter any of the above trains with intoxicating liquor.

 

These changes are reflected in the timetables when planning your journey or booking your ticket using the online booking engine.

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