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Updates for 31 May 2016

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COMPLETED: Major engineering work taking place over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend

All major engineering works affecting services over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend have now been completed. 

A total of £30m has been invested by Network Rail over this Spring Bank Holiday weekend, with work taking place to renew track, upgrade signalling systems and increase the capacity of the network, so that more trains can run in the future.

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05:26 Stirling to London Kings Cross due 10:51

This train will be started from Edinburgh.
This train will no longer call at Stirling, Falkirk Grahamston and Haymarket.
This is due to waiting for a part of the train to be attached.
Additional Information:
We are sorry for the inconvenience this has caused you today.

Further Info:

Customers travelling from Stirling to Edinburgh are advised to use Scotrail 0530 departure for Edinburgh which calls at Falkirk Graham at 0540, Haymarket at 0620 and Edinburgh at 0625 for a connecting Virgin Trains service for stations further South

08:30 Edinburgh to London Kings Cross due 12:50

This train has been delayed between Edinburgh and Dunbar and is now 26 minutes late.
There are no reservations on this service throughout.
This is due to earlier engineering works not being finished on time.
Additional Information:
We are sorry for the inconvenience this has caused you today.

09:00 Edinburgh to London Kings Cross due 13:41

There are no reservations on this service throughout.
This is due to earlier engineering works not being finished on time.

Catering updates

There are no known catering issues at the moment.
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Timetable Changes

No planned engineering works found.

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Travel Disruptions (9)

Disruption between Strood and Tonbridge expected until 13:30

A landslip has occurred near Cuxton this means the Medway Valley Line is part suspended with services unable to run between Strood and Maidstone West, there will also be a shuttle service in operation between Maidstone West and Tonbridge. This is expected to continue until 13:30.

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Cuxton

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

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To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

COMPLETED: Major engineering work taking place over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend

All major engineering works affecting services over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend have now been completed. 

A total of £30m has been invested by Network Rail over this Spring Bank Holiday weekend, with work taking place to renew track, upgrade signalling systems and increase the capacity of the network, so that more trains can run in the future.

Delays to and from London Marylebone expected until 12:00

The tree that was blocking the railway near Willesden Green has been removed, allowing all lines to reopen. Residual delays of up to 30 minutes are expected until 12:00. Some services may be cancelled or amended due to displaced trains and train crew.


Alternative travel options

  • Passengers to / from Banbury / Leamington Spa may use CrossCountry via Reading and change here for Great Western Railway services to London Paddington.
  • Passengers to / from Birmingham Snow Hill / Birmingham Moor Street may use Virgin Trains between Birmingham New Street and London Euston.
  • Passengers from Oxford Parkway / Bicester Village and Heartlands stations are advised to travel to West Ruislip or South Ruislip for London Underground connections.

 

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #LondonMarylebone

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

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To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

 

Disruption between Ashford International and Tonbridge expected until 11:30

The broken down train at Paddock Wood has been moved and the signalling problems between Paddock Wood and Headcorn have been rectified. There are residual delays of up to 20 minutes expected until 11:30 between Ashford International and Tonbridge.

Passengers may use their tickets on London Underground via any reasonable route.

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #PaddockWood

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

We want to make information better - tell us how! Fill out this online Disruption Survey

To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

Disruption between London St Pancras International and London Blackfriars expected until 12:15

The broken down train near Farringdon has been moved allowing all lines to reopen. Residual delays of up to 55 minutes are expected between London St Pancras International and London Blackfriars. This is expected to continue until 12:15.

Alternative travel options passengers may use:

  • London Underground services across London and London Buses in the West Hampstead / Sutton / Central London and Peckham areas.
  • South West Trains via Wimbledon
  • Southern services to and from Brighton and also via Wimbledon.
  • East Midlands Trains on services between Bedford and London St Pancras International.
  • Southeastern for London Charing Cross or London Victoria (however services are disrupted in the Bromley South area and in the Bellingham area)
  • great Northern services to / from London Kings Cross
  • Bus routes 300, 301, 330, 602, 724 to Hatfield to connect with Great Northern services

 

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Farringdon

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

We want to make information better - tell us how! Fill out this online Disruption Survey

To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

Buses replace trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central until December 2016

On Christmas Eve 2015, strong winds and high tides caused damage to the sea wall and track between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central. The severely damaged stretch of railway will need to be completely replaced with a new viaduct before trains can run again.

The £44.5m project to rebuild the line has already begun and Network Rail engineers say they are targeting December 2016 for the railway to re-open to trains. More details on the project are available here.

To check your journey up to and including Friday 10 June, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner. For details of other journeys, please check back nearer to the time of travel.

Until the line reopens, buses are replacing trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central, also calling at Folkestone West. If you are travelling with heavy luggage or have reduced mobility, you should change at Folkestone Central as there is no step free access at Folkestone West.

High Speed trains will run on the following routes:

  • Between London St Pancras International and Folkestone Central
  • Between London St Pancras International and Ramsgate via Canterbury West
  • Between London St Pancras International and Margate / Ramsgate via Faversham

There will be no High Speed services to or from Sandwich, Deal, Walmer or Martin Mill. Instead, a train service will run between Dover and Ramsgate, with connections available to the High Speed network at Ramsgate.

During weekday morning and evening peak periods, express buses will run between Sandwich, Deal, Walmer and Folkestone West to allow passengers to connect with High Speed services. Please note that these buses will NOT stop at Folkestone Central. If you are of limited mobility and wish to travel on these bus services, please contact the Southeastern Assisted Travel Service on 0345 322 7021 so alternative arrangements can be made for you.

If you are intending to travel between Dover and London, you may also use trains to and from London Victoria via Canterbury East as an alternative route, to avoid the need for a bus journey. Travelling via this route will, in most cases, take longer than travelling via the bus service to Folkestone. Should you decide to use this route, you will be able to use your ticket on the London Underground between London Victoria and London St Pancras International at no extra charge to complete your journey.

Passengers with valid tickets from Sandwich, Deal, Walmer, Martin Mill or Dover Priory are able to park for free at Folkestone West, although this requires the display of a permit. More details on parking at Folkestone West are available here. Please note that on Mondays to Fridays the car park may be full by 08:00.

Southeastern's travel advice for stations in the affected area is available here.

You can read Network Rail's press release and there are photos of the damage here.

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Folkestone

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Buses replace trains between Redhill and Tonbridge until 12:00

A tree is blocking the railway at Penshurst this means that trains are unable to run between Redhill and Tonbridge, buses will replace cancelled services between these stations. This is expected to continue until 12:00.

Alternative routes where tickets will be accepted

Passengers may use Southeastern services on reasonable routes.

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Penshurst

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

We want to make information better - tell us how! Fill out this online Disruption Survey

To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

Ongoing disruption to Southern services due to conductor and driver sickness

A shortage of train conductors and drivers due to sickness is affecting Southern services. Trains across the whole of the Southern network may be cancelled or amended. Please check your journey before travel.

Alternative travel options passengers may use:

 

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #SNAlterations

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

We want to make information better - tell us how! Fill out this online Disruption Survey

To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

Delays between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street until at least 12:00

Following electrical supply problems between Ilford and Maryland all lines have reopen. Residual delays of up 45 minutes are expected between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street until 12 :00. Some services may be cancelled or amended.

Alternative routes where tickets will be accepted

Abellio Greater Anglia passengers may use c2c services between Southend Central and London Fenchurch Street also on London Underground services between Stratford and London Liverpool Street.

TfL Rail passengers may use the following services on reasonable routes:

Abellio Greater Anglia, c2c, London Overground and London Underground

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Ilford

If you experience a delay in completing your journey because of this disruption, you may be entitled to compensation

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To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

No travel disruptions found.

Planned Engineering Works (10)

Amended Abellio Greater Anglia services from Monday 30 May to Thursday 2 June

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Abellio Greater Anglia network with various lines closed. Read more about engineering work and why it is necessary.

Monday

The 20:00 and 21:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street services will be replaced by buses between Norwich and Ipswich. There will be no direct connection from these buses to London Liverpool Street.

22:30 and 23:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich services will arrive approximately 15 minutes later than normal into Norwich.

Monday to Wednesday

The 20:30 and 21:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich services will arrive approximately 15 minutes later than normal into Norwich.

The 23:05 Norwich to Ipswich service will be replaced by a bus.

The 20:44, 21:44 and 22:44 Cambridge to Ipswich services will be replaced by buses between Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.

The 21:45 Peterborough to Colchester service will be replaced by a bus between Ely and Colchester.

The 22:19 Ipswich to Bury St Edmunds service will be replaced by a bus.

Tuesday and Wednesday

The 22:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich service will require a change of train at Ipswich and will have an extended journey time of up to 35 minutes.

The 22:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street services will be replaced by buses between Norwich and Ipswich. There will be no direct connection from these buses to London Liverpool Street.

Tuesday to Thursday

Buses will run between Ipswich and Norwich from 00:25 until end of service.

Planning your Journey

Full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

No trains at Glasgow Queen Street High Level from Sunday 20 March until Sunday 7 August

Glasgow Queen Street High Level will be closed from Sunday 20th March to Sunday 7th August 2016 inclusive, to allow engineering work to take place in the Queen Street Tunnel, this is in preparation for the electrification of the line to Edinburgh.

Services to and from the West Highlands are diverted to Glasgow Queen Street Low Level.

Edinburgh to Glasgow Queen Street via Falkirk High

During the day, a half-hourly service will operate between Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street Low Level, departing Edinburgh at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour and departing Glasgow Queen Street Low Level at 01 and 31 minutes past the hour, calling at Croy, Falkirk High, Polmont, Linlithgow and Haymarket.

After approximately 19:30, services will depart Edinburgh at 00 and 30 past the hour and depart Glasgow Queen Street Low Level at 21 and 49 minutes past the hour calling at Falkirk High, Linlithgow and Haymarket and alternating between Croy and Polmont.

Glasgow Queen Street to Stirling / Dunblane & Alloa 

2 trains per hour will operate between Glasgow Queen Street and Stirling / Dunblane & Alloa. Services arrive at Glasgow Queen Street Low Level via Springburn and depart via Anniesland. All services will stop at Springburn. Some services are extended from Dunblane to Perth and Dundee.

On Sunday 1 train per hour will operate, with services arriving and departing Glasgow Queen Street Low Level via Springburn.

Glasgow Queen Street to Lenzie peak services are cancelled.

Glasgow Queen Street to Inverness services are diverted to Glasgow Central via Cumbernauld and Carmyle.

Glasgow Queen Street to Aberdeen services are diverted to Glasgow Central via Cumbernauld and Carmyle.

The last service will depart Glasgow Central 20-30 minutes earlier than it would normally from Glasgow Queen Street.

Glasgow Queen Street to Dundee services are replaced by existing Glasgow Queen Street to Dunblane services that are extended to Dundee.

Glasgow Queen Street to Anniesland and Glasgow to Falkirk Grahamston services are combined to give an hourly Falkirk Grahamston to Anniesland service via Cumbernauld and Springburn.

The 17:33 Glasgow Queen Street to Markinch service is cancelled.

Helensburgh / Milngavie to Edinburgh via Airdrie & Bathgate

Airdrie to Balloch services will not call at Kilpatrick and Bowling

Services are extended to Dumbarton Central and will call additionally at Kilpatrick and Bowling

1 train per hour will operate between Dumbarton and Springburn.

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Helensburgh / Balloch peak express services cancelled.

Trains between Balloch / Milngavie and Glasgow Queen Street, peak express services cancelled

Trains between Cumbernauld / Motherwell and Dalmuir via Hamilton and Yoker will now operate between Cumbernauld / Motherwell and Anderston via Hamilton.

Milngavie to Motherwell / Cumbernauld via Hamilton are re timed and will operate between Motherwell / Whifflet and Dalmuir via Singer.

Dalmuir and Whifflet / Motherwell via Yoker and Carmyle will operate between Anderston and Whifflet / Motherwell via Carmyle.

Larkhall and Dalmuir via Singer services will operate between Larkhall and Milngavie.

Dalmuir and Larkhall via Yoker services will operate between Dalmuir and Larkhall via Singer.

Journey Planning

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner 

Amended Northern services from Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Northern network with various lines closed. Read more about engineering work and why it is necessary.

Monday to Thursday

The 22:07 Blackpool South to Colne service is replaced by a bus between Blackburn and Colne.

The 22:24 Sheffield to Leeds service is replaced by a bus between Wakefield Westgate and Leeds.

The 23:07 Wakefield Westgate to Knottingley service is replaced by a bus.

The 23:27 Manchester Oxford Road to Liverpool Lime Street is replaced by a bus.

The 23:38 Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester Piccadilly service is replaced by a bus.

Tuesday to Friday

The 04:40 Preston to Colne service will start from Blackburn.

The 04:52 Blackpool North to Colne will start from Blackburn. A bus will run from Preston to Colne.

Planning your Journey

Full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Amended Southern services to and from Uckfield until the end of July

As part of the Network Rail investment programme, improvement works are taking place in the Uckfield area until the end of July 2016. This means that Southern will run buses in place of trains on the route to and from Uckfield connecting with trains as detailed below:

Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June, buses will run between Purley and Uckfield.

For further information on these improvement works please view here

Planning your Journey

For full details of these changes on other dates and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Amended Northern services from Blackpool North from Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Northern network with various lines closed. Read more about engineering work and why it is necessary.

Monday to Thursday

The 23:30 Manchester Airport to Blackpool North service will not call at Bolton. A bus will run from Manchester Piccadilly to Bolton.

Tuesday to Friday

The 03:37 Blackpool North to Manchester Airport service will not call at Bolton. A bus will run from Bolton to Manchester Airport, calling at Manchester Piccadilly.

The 04:46 Blackpool North to Manchester Airport service will not call at Chorley or Horwich Parkway. A bus will run from Preston to Bolton, calling at Chorley and Horwich Parkway.

Planning your Journey

Full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Amended Great Western Railway service between Tuesday 31 May and Friday 3 June

Engineering work is taking place on various parts of the Great Western Railway network with the following services amended:

Tuesday to Thursday

21:00 Cardiff Central to Westbury will be re-timed earlier from Bristol Temple Meads to Westbury and not call at Keynsham, Freshford, Avoncliff,  a bus will run from Bristol Temple Meads to Westbury calling at all stations.

21:15 and 22:45 London Paddington to Swansea services will be replaced by buses between Neath and Swansea.

20:21 Weymouth to Bristol Temple Meads will require a change of train at Westbury.

21:45 London Paddington to Exeter St Davids will be diverted, not calling at Chippenham or Bath Spa,  buses will run from Swindon to Bristol Temple Meads calling at these stations.

22:15 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads will be diverted, not calling at Chippenham or Bath Spa. A bus will run from Swindon to Bristol Temple Meads calling at these stations.

22:32 Westbury to Bristol Temple Meads, buses replace trains throughout.

23:20 Bristol Temple Meads to Frome, buses replace trains throughout.

23:30 London Paddington to Cardiff Central will be diverted, not calling at Chippenham or Bath Spa. A bus will run from Swindon to Bristol Temple Meads calling at these stations.

23:36 Swindon to Cheltenham Spa will be diverted between Swindon and Gloucester, not calling at Kemble, Stroud or Stonehouse. A bus will run from Swindon to Gloucester, calling at all stations.

The following trains will not call at Pangbourne:

20:27, 20:57, 21:29, 21:56, 22:27 and 23:33 London Paddington to Oxford

23:45 Banbury to London Paddington

21:21, 21:51 and 22:52 Oxford to Reading

Connecting bus services will run via Tilehurst.

Tuesday to Friday 

04:00 Oxford to London Paddington will not call at Pangbourne. Connecting bus services will run via Tilehurst.

Planning your journey

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Amended Arriva Trains Wales services between Monday 30 May and Friday 3 June

Engineering work is taking place on various parts of the Arriva Trains Wales network with the following services amended:

Monday to Thursday

20:23 Holyhead to Crewe will be replaced by a bus between Llandudno Junction and Crewe 

21:17 Cardiff Central to Chester will be replaced by a bus between Crewe and Chester.

An additional service will run between Chester and Crewe at 21:22.

21:45 Llandudno to Crewe service will terminate at Llandudno Junction and re start from Chester at 23:01. A bus will run between Llandudno Junction and Crewe.

22:55 Birmingham New Street to Holyhead service will terminate at Crewe. Passengers for Holyhead are advised to travel earlier, use a replacement bus service between Crewe and Chester and travel on the 00:40 service from Chester to Holyhead.

23:30 Crewe to Chester service will be replaced by a bus.

Tuesday to Friday

04:22 Chester to Birmingham New Street will be replaced by a bus between Chester and Crewe.

04:38 Llandudno Junction to Crewe service will be replaced by a bus between Llandudno Junction and Chester.

04:55 Chester to Crewe service will not run.

Planning your journey 

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

 

Buses replace trains between Carlisle and Appleby until further notice

In January, poor weather conditions caused a landslip at Eden Brows, two miles north of Armathwaite. Work is ongoing to stabilise the landslip and repair damage to the track.

The line between Carlisle and Appleby is currently closed in both directions while work is taking place and a replacement bus service is in operation, extending journey times by up to 60 minutes.

Trains are running normally on the rest of the Settle-Carlisle line, between Appleby and Leeds.

Background - an estimated 500,000 tonnes of earth have moved already and the embankment is still moving. Whilst monitoring the embankment, Network Rail have found a twist fault in the tracks caused by the ground movement. The slip is accelerating and the extent of this landslip means it is no longer safe to run trains on this section of railway.

Network Rail engineers have now agreed a plan to repair the landslip. The repairs will involve building a structure underneath the affected section of railway to support it. Because of the scale of the slip, the fact the earth is still moving and the inaccessibility of its location, it is not yet possible to provide an accurate time scale of how long disruption will last. More background information from Network Rail is available here.

To check your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Major engineering work at London Bridge until January 2018

As part of the government sponsored Thameslink Programme, Network Rail is rebuilding London Bridge mainline rail station to provide more space, improved connections to more destinations and more reliable services. The rail and tube station will remain open during the work.

Until 2018, there will be long and short term changes to train services as major track work takes place around London Bridge station.

Further information

 

Travelling at the weekend

Throughout the programme, different services will be impacted on some weekends and bank holidays, for the latest information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk/service_disruptions/currentAndFuture 

On most weekends, particularly on Sundays, Waterloo East, London Bridge, London Charing Cross and / or London Cannon Street stations will be closed or have very limited services. Please use the Journey Planner to see the full impact on your journey.

During periods of time when London Charing Cross / London Cannon Street are closed, you'll be able to use your ticket on selective alternative routes to complete your journey at no extra charge. For details full details visit Southeastern. Please note the ticket acceptance detailed for weekend engineering work may differ from the Monday to Friday Thameslink Programme ticket acceptance outlined below.

Longer term changes

Thameslink services which run through central London will, not call at London Bridge, however there will be a limited service between London Bridge and Brighton.

Southeastern services to and from London Charing Cross will not call at London Bridge until August 2016. As well as the impact to Southeastern and Thameslink services, Southern and South West Trains passengers will not be able to interchange onto Southeastern Charing Cross services at London Bridge.

For a full list of major service changes visit key dates and service changes.

Planning your Journey

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Alternative routes and travel advice

The impact on your journey will depend on the particular services that you currently use to get to and from London Bridge and what alternatives exist. Travel advice is as follows:

  • Change the train you catch from your home station to go direct to your national rail destination. For example switching from a London Charing Cross service to a London Cannon Street service. This may involve shifting the time that you travel, but in many cases only by a few minutes.
  • If getting a different train from home is not possible, we advise you to change trains en route outside London, for example at Lewisham, Orpington, Sevenoaks or Hither Green, to get to your final destination.

 

If you are unable to complete your journey by interchanging on National Rail services outside London, you may need to use TfL services, if you have a Travelcard you may choose to use other routes.

The accepted routes are:

  • Between London Bridge and Waterloo / Southwark on Jubilee Line and on bus services (services 381 and RV1)
  • Between London Bridge and Charing Cross on Jubilee / Bakerloo / Northern Lines and on bus services (services RV1 and 15)
  • Between Cannon Street and Charing Cross / Embankment on District / Circle and on bus services (service 15)
  • Between Elephant & Castle and London Bridge on Northern Line and on bus services (service 35, 40, 133 & 343)
  • Between Blackfriars and London Bridge and on bus services (service 17 (Blackfriars North), 381 & RV1 (Blackfriars South)

 

Thameslink passengers from the south of London (with a 'Thameslink only' ticket), whose final destination is currently London Bridge should change at Elephant & Castle or London Blackfriars for onward travel to London Bridge where tickets will be accepted on London Underground or eligible buses between Elephant & Castle and London Bridge and between Blackfriars and London Bridge. These recommended routes are shown here.

Southern (and any permitted route) passengers who currently interchange onto National Rail services at London Bridge for travel to London Charing Cross or London Waterloo East should take London Underground or eligible bus services where their tickets will be accepted between London Bridge to Charing Cross or Waterloo / Southwark. These recommended routes are shown here.

South West Trains passengers who currently interchange at London Waterloo East for London Bridge should take London Underground or eligible bus services between London Bridge and London Waterloo / Southwark where their tickets will be accepted. These recommended routes are shown here.

Amended East Midlands Trains services between Monday 30 May and Friday 3 June

Engineering work is taking place on various parts of the East Midlands Trains network with the following services amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:25 London St Pancras International to Sheffield will be retimed to arrive in Sheffield later than usual.

Tuesday to Friday 

05:21 Nottingham to Liverpool Lime Street will be retimed to run slightly earlier than usual.

06:47 Liverpool Lime Street to Norwich will start from Warrington Central. Passengers are advised to use alternative train services between Liverpool Lime Street and Warrington Central.

Planning your journey

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

No planned engineering works found.

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