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King's Cross remodelling - The East Coast upgrade
The East Coast Upgrade overview
The multi-million pound investment is set to provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity to improve the infrastructure at King’s Cross station, which will see a-mile-and-a-half of track, signalling and overhead line equipment re-thought, re-planned and re-laid.
At the same time, the project will create two new lines by re-opening a disused tunnel on the approach to King’s Cross; increasing the approach from four tracks to six.
For more information about The East Coast Upgrade, visit eastcoastupgrade.co.uk.
Disruption in January 2021
No Grand Central services due to national lockdown
Due to the national lockdown, we have taken the decision to suspend all services from 9 January - 28 February 2021. If your journey is affected, you can change it without a fee or claim a refund here.
Please note that, with the exception of 30 - 31 January, other operators' services may still be running on these dates, however travel restrictions and advisories will be in place.
What Grand Central services are running?
We are operating a reduced timetable between Monday and Friday during January - see our timetable here.
Disruption in 2021
London King's Cross will be closed, meaning no Grand Central trains will run to/from London, on the following dates:
- 23-25 April 2021
- 28-30 May 2021
- 5-6 June 2021
Additionally, a partial closure of London King's Cross, significantly reducing capacity on all travel to or from London, will be taking place from 1 March 2021 - 4 June 2021.
As services are expected to be reduced over these dates, we heavily recommend booking your tickets in advance to guarantee a seat.