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Buses replace trains between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog 

Description

In December 2015, flooding caused severe damage to the Conwy Valley railway line. This means that trains are currently unable to run between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Buses are replacing trains between these stations, extending journey times by up to 20 minutes.

Network Rail staff are in the process of repairing the damage and aim to reopen the line by the end of February.

A timetable of the replacement bus plan is available here.

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Buses replace trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central until further notice

Train companies affected

Southeastern

Routes affected

Between Dover Priory and London Charing Cross, Ramsgate and Ashford International and also between London St Pancras International and London St Pancras International via Faversham / Dover Priory

Description

On Christmas Eve 2015, strong winds and high tides caused damage to the sea wall and track between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central. Major work will need to be carried out to repair 250 metres of track and rebuild the sea wall before the line can reopen.

Network Rail are working on a solution that will not only allow the railway to be reopened, but also to act as a sea defence for many years to come. Such a complicated design takes time to achieve and Network Rail are working as quickly as possible to provide an indication as to how long the work will take.

In the meantime more than 19,000 tonnes of rock is being placed on the beach to protect the railway from further damage.

Until the line re-opens, the following arrangements will be in place:

Buses are replacing trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central, also calling at Folkestone West.

Southeastern advise that unless you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with heavy luggage, you should change at Folkestone West for the bus service. At Folkestone West, buses will arrive / depart from the London bound side of the station (Platform 1). If you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with luggage etc., Southeastern strongly recommend that you change at Folkestone Central to avoid the need to use the subway or stairs 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 provide connections into 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'll 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.

Whilst the line is closed, parking is available at Folkestone West free of charge. Please note that on Mondays to Fridays the car park can reach capacity by approximately 08:00.

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

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

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Disruption between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh expected until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Caledonian Sleeper, First TransPennine Express, Virgin Trains

Routes affected

First TransPennine Express between Manchester Airport and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Virgin Trains between London Euston and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Caledonian Sleeper services between London Euston and Edinburgh / Glasgow Central / Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William 

Description

Trains are currently unable to run on the West Coast Main Line between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh. This is because urgent repairs are required to a river bridge at Lamington which is located between Lockerbie and Motherwell. The line is to remain closed throughout February while engineers carry out repairs to the damage caused by Storm Frank. At this stage it is anticipated the first trains will cross the viaduct in the first week of March.

Disruption is therefore expected to continue until at least the end of service on Monday 29 February. You can read Network Rail's press release here.

Please note that there is currently disruption between Carlisle and Newcastle. Passengers are advised NOT to travel via this route.

The following service changes can be expected:

First TransPennine Express

Services between Manchester / Preston and Edinburgh will terminate / start at Lockerbie. Buses will run between Lockerbie and Edinburgh.

Services between Manchester / Preston and Glasgow Central will terminate / start at Carlisle. Buses will run between Carlisle and Glasgow Central.

Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains are running a limited train service between Carlisle and Glasgow Central via a diversionary route which will add an additional 90 minutes journey time.

Buses are running between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh, for passengers who wish to travel to and from Lockerbie and Motherwell. The buses will connect to trains at Carlisle for passengers travelling to Penrith, Oxenholme Lake District and Lancaster.

Caledonian Sleeper

Lowlander services (Edinburgh Waverley / Glasgow Central - London Euston) will run between Glasgow Central and London Euston only, not calling at Edinburgh, Motherwell or Carstairs. Passengers may use ScotRail services between Edinburgh / Motherwell / Carstairs and Glasgow to connect with the train at Glasgow Central. Trains will be diverted via Dumfries, extending journey times by up to 120 minutes.

Highlander services (Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William - London Euston) will be diverted to run to  / from London Kings Cross via the East Coast Main Line, not calling at Preston or Crewe. Passengers travelling between Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William and Preston or Crewe may use ScotRail services between Inverness, Aberdeen, Fort William and Glasgow Central to connect with Lowlander services.

Alternative travel options

First TransPennine Express passengers who can defer their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

Passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets are able to travel via York and travel on the East Coast using CrossCountry or Virgin Trains East Coast services.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area, but must be used on First TransPennine Express services only and will not be accepted via the East Coast.

Virgin Trains passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets between London Euston and Edinburgh only may use Virgin Trains East Coast services between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh.

Passengers may also use ScotRail services between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh / Carlisle.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area. Virgin Trains are advising passengers to travel as close as possible to their booked services. London Underground services are conveying passengers between London Euston and London Kings Cross.

Passengers who can put off their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

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CLEARED: Buses replace trains between Prudhoe and Hexham

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Newcastle and Carlisle and also between Nunthorpe and Hexham

Description

Trains are now able to run as normal between Prudhoe and Hexham following heavy rain and a cracked sewer pipe having caused a landslip near Corbridge.

Delays between Carlisle and Leeds expected until at least the end of February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Carlisle and Leeds

Description

Recent poor weather conditions have caused a landslip near Appleby. Work is ongoing to stabilise the landslip and repair damage to the track.

While this work is taking place, one of the two lines has had to be closed resulting in a reduced train service between Carlisle and Leeds. Some buses are also running between Carlisle and Appleby, extending journey times by up to 60 minutes.

A full service is not expected to resume until at least the end of February.

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Buses replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Between Liskeard and Looe

Description

Flooding in the Looe Valley on Saturday closed the line between Liskeard and Looe. Trains are still unable to run between these stations; buses will replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00.

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High winds across south west England until at least 17:45

Train companies affected

CrossCountry, Great Western Railway, South West Trains

Routes affected

Various routes across south west England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south west England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids and Penzance

Journeys between these stations are subject to delays, alterations and cancellations.

Great Western Railway and CrossCountry passengers may use each others services between Penzance and Bristol Temple Meads.

CrossCountry

From 11:00 until 15:00 most trains to / from Bournemouth will start / terminate at Southampton Central.

Passengers may use South West Trains between Bournemouth and Southampton Central.

South West Trains

Trains are running overnight to check routes and additional checks may be necessary to ensure tracks are clear of debris and safe to run your train service. As a result, the first timetabled train on some routes may not operate.

Winds are expected to be particularly strong between 11:00 and 15:00, affecting services on the following routes:

  • London Waterloo and Weymouth 
  • To and from Portsmouth

 

Between these times, trains will run at a reduced speed as a safety precaution and some journey times may be extended by up to 30 minutes.

The following services will be amended between London Waterloo and Weymouth

  • Between 08:05 and 12:35, some trains which leave London Waterloo will terminate at Dorchester South. A connecting replacement bus service will run between Dorchester and Weymouth, calling at Upwey

 

  • Between 11:20 and 16:03, some trains from Weymouth will start at Dorchester South. A replacement bus service will run from Weymouth to Dorchester South (calling at Upwey) for local journeys, however if you are travelling beyond Dorchester towards Bournemouth and London Waterloo you should take direct trains which leave Weymouth at 3 minutes past the hour. These trains will also call additionally at Upwey.

 

Passengers are strongly advised to check your journey before your travel.

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Poor weather in Wales on Monday 8 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales, Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various routes in Wales

Description

Severe weather is forecast to affect parts of south and west Wales today.  For safety reasons, speed restrictions will be in place on various routes.

Swansea - Bridgend

Signalling problems at Pyle are causing delays of up to 20 minutes to journeys between Swansea and Bridgend. This is expected to continue until approximately 08:45.

Arriva Trains Wales will be affected on the following routes:

Maesteg - Cheltenham Spa

Services will not run between Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa until approximately 19:00.

Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen - Manchester Piccadilly

Between approximately 08:00 and 16:00, services between these stations will call additionally at Llansamlet, Briton Ferry, Baglan and Pyle.

Until approximately 18:45, journeys from Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen to Cardiff Central will be delayed by up to 60 minutes. Trains from Cardiff Central to Manchester Piccadilly will run as scheduled. 

Swansea / Llanelli - Cardiff Central

Between 09:00 and 15:00 these services will not run.

Great Western Railway will be affected on the following route:

Carmarthen - Cardiff Central

Services are subject to delays and alterations.

Alternative travel options

Arriva Trains Wales passengers may use CrossCountry and Great Western Railway services on any reasonable route.

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High winds across south England until at least 17:00

Train companies affected

Gatwick Express, Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink

Routes affected

Various routes across south England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

From 11:00 today speed restrictions will be imposed on various routes. Coastal services are expected to be the most affected.

Services throughout the south of England are subject to delays, short notice alterations and cancellations.

Gatwick Express will be running a reduced service.

Network Rail's engineers are preparing to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage as quickly as possible.

Alternative travel options

Southern and Thameslink passengers may use each others services on any reasonable routes.

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Possible disruption to Great Northern services until at least 15:00

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Various routes across the Great Northern network

Description

Severe rain and high winds are expected in the south of England until this afternoon. This may affect railway infrastructure and cause some service alterations.

Network Rail's engineers are on standby to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage if required.

Passengers are advised to check your journey before travelling on the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

Disruption between Southampton Central and Weymouth expected until 11:00

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Between London Waterloo / Southampton Central / Bournemouth and Weymouth

Description

A signalling problem between Wareham and Weymouth is causing disruption to journeys between Southampton Central and Weymouth. This is expected to continue until 11:00.

Trains are currently unable to run between Wareham and Weymouth. Buses will run between these stations.

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Buses replace trains between Bedford and Bletchley until approximately 09:00

Train companies affected

London Midland

Routes affected

Between Bedford and Bletchley

Description

A fault on the train that runs between Bedford and Bletchley means that buses are replacing trains between these stations. This is expected to continue until approximately 09:00.

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Disruption between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

ScotRail

Routes affected

Between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central

Description

Overhead wire problems between Kilwinning and Johnstone are causing disruption to services between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central.

The following changes will apply approximately 12:00:

  • Trains between Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central will not run
  • Trains between Largs and Glasgow Central will run between Largs and Kilwinning only
  • A reduced service will run between Ayr and Glasgow Central. Trains will depart from Ayr at 06 and 36 minutes past the hour. Trains will depart from Glasgow Central on the hour and at 30 minutes past the hour.
  • Buses are running between Kilwinning and Johnstone to supplement train services between these stations

 

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Planned changes to train times

Major engineering work at London Bridge until January 2018

Train companies affected

Southeastern, Thameslink

Routes affected

All routes via London Bridge

Description

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.

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, 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 Charing Cross / 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 and 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 and Castle or Blackfriars for onward travel to London Bridge where tickets will be accepted on London Underground or eligible buses between Elephant and 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 Charing Cross or 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 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

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No trains from Roydon towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford from Saturday 2 January to Sunday 28 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

From Cambridge / Bishops Stortford to London Liverpool Street / Stratford.

Description

Platform improvement work is taking place at Roydon station and as a result of this trains travelling towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford will not call at Roydon.

Passengers are advised to use Harlow Town or Broxbourne stations.

Roydon season car park ticket holders may use Harlow Town car park.

Journey Planning

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

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

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

To and from Uckfield

Description

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:

Friday 29 January from 22:00 to Friday 5 February, buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 21 February, Saturday 19 March, Sunday 20 March, Saturday 16 April buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Saturday 6 February, Monday 8 to Friday 12 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Friday 12 February from 22:00 & all day Saturday 13 February buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Sunday 14 to Friday 19 February, between 09:20 and 22:00 buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Saturday 20 February, Saturday 27 February, Sunday 28 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Monday 29 February to Friday 4 March, Monday 7 to Friday 11 March, Monday 14 to Friday 18 March, Tuesday 29 March to Friday 1 April, Monday 11 to Friday 15 April, between 09:20 and 16:40 buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 17 April buses will run between Ashurst and Uckfield.

Ticket Acceptance

Until 19 February, valid rail tickets to or from Uckfield or Buxted may be used, within the time restrictions for that ticket, on the following services:

On Southern/Thameslink services to and from Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes, East Grinstead.

On Southeastern services to and from Wadhurst, Tunbridge Wells.

Car Park Ticket Acceptance 

Passengers with a valid Southern monthly, quarterly or annual car park season ticket for Buxted car park may use it until 19 February in Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes or East Grinstead station car parks. These car park tickets will also be accepted at Crowborough, Eridge, however these station car parks are likely to fill up early in the morning.

For further information on these improvement works please view here

Planning your Journey

These changes for Sunday 21 February and Sunday 17 April are not currently shown in the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner, please check back nearer to the time of travel.

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Amended c2c services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

c2c

Routes affected

Between London Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Upminster and Pitsea with all lines closed from 22:40:

Trains will be diverted between Upminster and Pitsea with buses running between Upminster and Pitsea via Laindon.

Planning your Journey

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

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Amended Abellio Greater Anglia services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

Various Abellio Greater Anglia routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Abellio Greater Anglia network with the following trains amended:

After 21:25 a revised service with supplementing bus service will operate from Colchester to Witham. A revised service will also be in place between Marks Tey and Sudbury.

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Amended Northern Rail services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Various Northern Rail routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Hadfield and Manchester Piccadilly with the following services amended:

22:46 Manchester Piccadilly to Hadfield will be replaced by buses.

23:27 Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop will be replaced by buses.

23:30 New Mills Central to Manchester Piccadilly will be replaced by a bus.

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Amended Arriva Trains Wales from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Some Arriva Trains Wales routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Arriva Trains Wales network with the following trains amended:

20:04 Birmingham International to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth. The train will depart Shewsbury at 22:00.

20:30 Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth.

22:20 Penarth to Rhymney is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Rhymney.

22:50 Penarth to Ystrad Mynach is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Ystrad Mynach.

23:14 Radyr to Barry Island is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Barry Island.

22:45 Barry Island to Pontypridd will not call at Cardiff Queen Street, Cathays or Llandaf. A replacement bus will call at stations between Cardiff Central and Pontypridd via Cardiff Queen Street.

Trains between Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Bay are cancelled after 23:00.

Planning your Journey

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

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Amended East Midlands Trains services between Monday 8 and Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

East Midlands Trains

Routes affected

Some East Midlands Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the East Midlands Trains network with the following trains amended:

Monday and Tuesday

22:05 Nottingham to Worksop will be replaced by a bus between Mansfield Woodhouse and Worksop.

Monday to Friday

22:00 London St Pancras International to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham.

23:15 London St Pancras International to Derby will not call at East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham. A bus will run between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham and then on to Derby.

19:32 London St Pancras International to Leeds will divert after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

20:55 and 22:25 London St Pancras International to Sheffield will be diverting after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

22:01 and 23:20 Sheffield to Derby will be retimed to depart Sheffield later than usual.

Tuesday to Friday

05:30 Sheffield to London St Pancras International is retimed to depart Sheffield at 05:19.

05:49 Cleethorpes to Newark North Gate will be replaced by a bus between Cleethorpes and Market Rasen.

Planning your Journey

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

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Amended South West Trains services from Monday 8 until Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Various South West Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the South West Trains network with various lines closed.

Monday to Thursday

19:20 Weymouth to London Waterloo is diverted via Havant and will call additionally at Fareham, Havant and Guildford.

19:50 Poole to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

19:59 and 20:59 Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:10 and 21:10 Weymouth to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:56 and 21:56 Salisbury to Romsey services will be diverted via Winchester and replaced by buses between Eastleigh and Romsey.

21:30 and 22:30 Southampton Central to London Waterloo services are cancelled.

21:55 Southampton to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:05 and 21:05 London Waterloo to Poole services will call additionally at Eastleigh and terminate at Weymouth.

20:09 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Winchester.

22:21 Basingstoke to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Eastleigh. The service will not call at Micheldever, Winchester and Shawford.

20:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth will divert via Havant calling additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham. The service will terminate at Poole.

20:39 and 21:39 London Waterloo to Southampton Central will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth service is cancelled.

21:41 and 23:33 Winchester to Poole will run additionally.

21:42 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:58 and 22:59 Havant to Fareham services are cancelled.

22:07 Romsey to Salisbury will start at Winchester.

22:33 Winchester to Southampton Central will run additionally.

22:35 London Waterloo to Poole service is cancelled.

22:39, 23:35 and 01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central services will be replaced by buses between Basingstoke and Southampton.

23:05 London Waterloo to Poole will divert via Havant and call additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Waterloo to Bournemouth will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central is diverted via Twickenham and not call at Wimbledon and Surbiton. The service is replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

04:25 Guildford to London Waterloo is retimed to depart earlier at 03:58. The service will be diverted and not call at Surbiton.

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Amended Southern services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

Various Southern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some part of the Southern network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

From approximately 22:15 buses will replace trains between Lewes and Eastbourne.

Tuesday to Thursday

23:55 London Bridge to London Victoria will not call at Wandsworth Common or Battersea Park. Passengers should circulate via London Victoria.

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Amended CrossCountry service from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

CrossCountry

Routes affected

Some CrossCountry routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place on some parts of the CrossCountry network with the following train amended:

23:09 Birmingham New Street to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between Derby and Nottingham.

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Amended Great Northern services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Some Great Northern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Great Northern network, with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:29 Kings Lynn to London Kings Cross will not call at stations between Stevenage and Finsbury Park. A bus will run between between Stevenage and London Kings Cross, calling at all stations via Welwyn North.

23:33 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Kings Cross to Cambridge will depart 15 minutes later from Stevenage.

00:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough will call additionally at Alexandra Palace.

00:35 and 01:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough services will run non-stop between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage. Buses will run between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage via Welwyn North.

04:10 Peterborough to London Kings Cross will run non-stop between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace. A bus will run between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace.

00:03 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

00:18 Moorgate to Letchworth Garden City will depart later at 00:34.

04:10 Welwyn Garden City to London Kings Cross will be replaced by a bus between Welwyn Garden City and Alexandra Palace.

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Amended Virgin Trains services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Virgin Trains

Routes affected

Between London Euston and Wolverhampton

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Birmingham New Street and Wolverhampton with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:30 and 23:30 London Euston to Wolverhampton services will terminate at Birmingham New Street.

Tuesday to Friday

05:00 Wolverhampton to London Euston will start from Birmingham New Street.

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Amended Great Western Railway services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various Great Western Railway routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the Great Western Railway network with the following trains amended:

Monday

00:35 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington is replaced by a bus between Didcot Parkway and Reading.

Monday to Wednesday

23:27 Cardiff Central to Bristol Temple Meads will depart from Bristol Patchway later at 00:21.

Monday to Thursday

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids / Penzance will be diverted between Reading and Bath Spa, not calling at Didcot Parkway, Swindon and Chippenham.

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and South Wales / Bristol Parkway will be diverted between Reading and Newport, not calling at Didcot Parkway and Swindon.

From 22:00, buses will run between Reading and Swindon / Chippenham for passengers travelling to the missed stations.

From 22:00, between London Paddington and Oxford / Reading are unable to call at Taplow and Burnham. Buses will run between Slough and Taplow.

Tuesday to Friday

00:18 Henley-on-Thames to Reading will terminate at Twyford.

03:38 (bus) Oxford to Didcot Parkway will not run.

04:12 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington will start from Oxford at 04:00.

Thursday

23:30 London Paddington to Cardiff Central will be diverted and arrive later in to Cardiff Central at 02:38.

Friday

22:27 and 23:33 London Paddington to Oxford and 23:45 Banbury to London Paddington will be unable to call at Pangbourne. A bus will run between Tilehurst and Pangbourne.

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Amended First TransPennine Express services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

First TransPennine Express

Routes affected

Various First TransPennine routes.

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the First TransPennine Express network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

21:55 Newcastle to Manchester Airport will call additionally at Manchester Victoria extending journey time by 29 minutes.

22:30 York to Manchester Piccadilly is retimed to arrive at Manchester Piccadilly at 00:31.

23:30 Manchester Airport to York will not call at Huddersfield. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Dewsbury to connect with the train.

Tuesday to Friday

01:38 / 02:52 York to Manchester Airport will not call at Huddersfield but will call additionally at Brighouse. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Brighouse to connect with the train.

00:38 Manchester Airport to York is retimed to depart Manchester Airport at 00:54 and run later throughout.

03:25 Sheffield to Manchester Airport is retimed to depart Sheffield at 03:45.

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Buses replace trains between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog 

Description

In December 2015, flooding caused severe damage to the Conwy Valley railway line. This means that trains are currently unable to run between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Buses are replacing trains between these stations, extending journey times by up to 20 minutes.

Network Rail staff are in the process of repairing the damage and aim to reopen the line by the end of February.

A timetable of the replacement bus plan is available here.

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Buses replace trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central until further notice

Train companies affected

Southeastern

Routes affected

Between Dover Priory and London Charing Cross, Ramsgate and Ashford International and also between London St Pancras International and London St Pancras International via Faversham / Dover Priory

Description

On Christmas Eve 2015, strong winds and high tides caused damage to the sea wall and track between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central. Major work will need to be carried out to repair 250 metres of track and rebuild the sea wall before the line can reopen.

Network Rail are working on a solution that will not only allow the railway to be reopened, but also to act as a sea defence for many years to come. Such a complicated design takes time to achieve and Network Rail are working as quickly as possible to provide an indication as to how long the work will take.

In the meantime more than 19,000 tonnes of rock is being placed on the beach to protect the railway from further damage.

Until the line re-opens, the following arrangements will be in place:

Buses are replacing trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central, also calling at Folkestone West.

Southeastern advise that unless you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with heavy luggage, you should change at Folkestone West for the bus service. At Folkestone West, buses will arrive / depart from the London bound side of the station (Platform 1). If you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with luggage etc., Southeastern strongly recommend that you change at Folkestone Central to avoid the need to use the subway or stairs 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 provide connections into 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'll 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.

Whilst the line is closed, parking is available at Folkestone West free of charge. Please note that on Mondays to Fridays the car park can reach capacity by approximately 08:00.

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

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

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Disruption between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh expected until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Caledonian Sleeper, First TransPennine Express, Virgin Trains

Routes affected

First TransPennine Express between Manchester Airport and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Virgin Trains between London Euston and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Caledonian Sleeper services between London Euston and Edinburgh / Glasgow Central / Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William 

Description

Trains are currently unable to run on the West Coast Main Line between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh. This is because urgent repairs are required to a river bridge at Lamington which is located between Lockerbie and Motherwell. The line is to remain closed throughout February while engineers carry out repairs to the damage caused by Storm Frank. At this stage it is anticipated the first trains will cross the viaduct in the first week of March.

Disruption is therefore expected to continue until at least the end of service on Monday 29 February. You can read Network Rail's press release here.

Please note that there is currently disruption between Carlisle and Newcastle. Passengers are advised NOT to travel via this route.

The following service changes can be expected:

First TransPennine Express

Services between Manchester / Preston and Edinburgh will terminate / start at Lockerbie. Buses will run between Lockerbie and Edinburgh.

Services between Manchester / Preston and Glasgow Central will terminate / start at Carlisle. Buses will run between Carlisle and Glasgow Central.

Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains are running a limited train service between Carlisle and Glasgow Central via a diversionary route which will add an additional 90 minutes journey time.

Buses are running between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh, for passengers who wish to travel to and from Lockerbie and Motherwell. The buses will connect to trains at Carlisle for passengers travelling to Penrith, Oxenholme Lake District and Lancaster.

Caledonian Sleeper

Lowlander services (Edinburgh Waverley / Glasgow Central - London Euston) will run between Glasgow Central and London Euston only, not calling at Edinburgh, Motherwell or Carstairs. Passengers may use ScotRail services between Edinburgh / Motherwell / Carstairs and Glasgow to connect with the train at Glasgow Central. Trains will be diverted via Dumfries, extending journey times by up to 120 minutes.

Highlander services (Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William - London Euston) will be diverted to run to  / from London Kings Cross via the East Coast Main Line, not calling at Preston or Crewe. Passengers travelling between Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William and Preston or Crewe may use ScotRail services between Inverness, Aberdeen, Fort William and Glasgow Central to connect with Lowlander services.

Alternative travel options

First TransPennine Express passengers who can defer their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

Passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets are able to travel via York and travel on the East Coast using CrossCountry or Virgin Trains East Coast services.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area, but must be used on First TransPennine Express services only and will not be accepted via the East Coast.

Virgin Trains passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets between London Euston and Edinburgh only may use Virgin Trains East Coast services between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh.

Passengers may also use ScotRail services between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh / Carlisle.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area. Virgin Trains are advising passengers to travel as close as possible to their booked services. London Underground services are conveying passengers between London Euston and London Kings Cross.

Passengers who can put off their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

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CLEARED: Buses replace trains between Prudhoe and Hexham

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Newcastle and Carlisle and also between Nunthorpe and Hexham

Description

Trains are now able to run as normal between Prudhoe and Hexham following heavy rain and a cracked sewer pipe having caused a landslip near Corbridge.

Delays between Carlisle and Leeds expected until at least the end of February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Carlisle and Leeds

Description

Recent poor weather conditions have caused a landslip near Appleby. Work is ongoing to stabilise the landslip and repair damage to the track.

While this work is taking place, one of the two lines has had to be closed resulting in a reduced train service between Carlisle and Leeds. Some buses are also running between Carlisle and Appleby, extending journey times by up to 60 minutes.

A full service is not expected to resume until at least the end of February.

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Buses replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Between Liskeard and Looe

Description

Flooding in the Looe Valley on Saturday closed the line between Liskeard and Looe. Trains are still unable to run between these stations; buses will replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00.

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High winds across south west England until at least 17:45

Train companies affected

CrossCountry, Great Western Railway, South West Trains

Routes affected

Various routes across south west England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south west England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids and Penzance

Journeys between these stations are subject to delays, alterations and cancellations.

Great Western Railway and CrossCountry passengers may use each others services between Penzance and Bristol Temple Meads.

CrossCountry

From 11:00 until 15:00 most trains to / from Bournemouth will start / terminate at Southampton Central.

Passengers may use South West Trains between Bournemouth and Southampton Central.

South West Trains

Trains are running overnight to check routes and additional checks may be necessary to ensure tracks are clear of debris and safe to run your train service. As a result, the first timetabled train on some routes may not operate.

Winds are expected to be particularly strong between 11:00 and 15:00, affecting services on the following routes:

  • London Waterloo and Weymouth 
  • To and from Portsmouth

 

Between these times, trains will run at a reduced speed as a safety precaution and some journey times may be extended by up to 30 minutes.

The following services will be amended between London Waterloo and Weymouth

  • Between 08:05 and 12:35, some trains which leave London Waterloo will terminate at Dorchester South. A connecting replacement bus service will run between Dorchester and Weymouth, calling at Upwey

 

  • Between 11:20 and 16:03, some trains from Weymouth will start at Dorchester South. A replacement bus service will run from Weymouth to Dorchester South (calling at Upwey) for local journeys, however if you are travelling beyond Dorchester towards Bournemouth and London Waterloo you should take direct trains which leave Weymouth at 3 minutes past the hour. These trains will also call additionally at Upwey.

 

Passengers are strongly advised to check your journey before your travel.

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Poor weather in Wales on Monday 8 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales, Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various routes in Wales

Description

Severe weather is forecast to affect parts of south and west Wales today.  For safety reasons, speed restrictions will be in place on various routes.

Swansea - Bridgend

Signalling problems at Pyle are causing delays of up to 20 minutes to journeys between Swansea and Bridgend. This is expected to continue until approximately 08:45.

Arriva Trains Wales will be affected on the following routes:

Maesteg - Cheltenham Spa

Services will not run between Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa until approximately 19:00.

Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen - Manchester Piccadilly

Between approximately 08:00 and 16:00, services between these stations will call additionally at Llansamlet, Briton Ferry, Baglan and Pyle.

Until approximately 18:45, journeys from Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen to Cardiff Central will be delayed by up to 60 minutes. Trains from Cardiff Central to Manchester Piccadilly will run as scheduled. 

Swansea / Llanelli - Cardiff Central

Between 09:00 and 15:00 these services will not run.

Great Western Railway will be affected on the following route:

Carmarthen - Cardiff Central

Services are subject to delays and alterations.

Alternative travel options

Arriva Trains Wales passengers may use CrossCountry and Great Western Railway services on any reasonable route.

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High winds across south England until at least 17:00

Train companies affected

Gatwick Express, Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink

Routes affected

Various routes across south England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

From 11:00 today speed restrictions will be imposed on various routes. Coastal services are expected to be the most affected.

Services throughout the south of England are subject to delays, short notice alterations and cancellations.

Gatwick Express will be running a reduced service.

Network Rail's engineers are preparing to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage as quickly as possible.

Alternative travel options

Southern and Thameslink passengers may use each others services on any reasonable routes.

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Possible disruption to Great Northern services until at least 15:00

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Various routes across the Great Northern network

Description

Severe rain and high winds are expected in the south of England until this afternoon. This may affect railway infrastructure and cause some service alterations.

Network Rail's engineers are on standby to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage if required.

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Disruption between Southampton Central and Weymouth expected until 11:00

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Between London Waterloo / Southampton Central / Bournemouth and Weymouth

Description

A signalling problem between Wareham and Weymouth is causing disruption to journeys between Southampton Central and Weymouth. This is expected to continue until 11:00.

Trains are currently unable to run between Wareham and Weymouth. Buses will run between these stations.

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Buses replace trains between Bedford and Bletchley until approximately 09:00

Train companies affected

London Midland

Routes affected

Between Bedford and Bletchley

Description

A fault on the train that runs between Bedford and Bletchley means that buses are replacing trains between these stations. This is expected to continue until approximately 09:00.

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Disruption between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

ScotRail

Routes affected

Between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central

Description

Overhead wire problems between Kilwinning and Johnstone are causing disruption to services between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central.

The following changes will apply approximately 12:00:

  • Trains between Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central will not run
  • Trains between Largs and Glasgow Central will run between Largs and Kilwinning only
  • A reduced service will run between Ayr and Glasgow Central. Trains will depart from Ayr at 06 and 36 minutes past the hour. Trains will depart from Glasgow Central on the hour and at 30 minutes past the hour.
  • Buses are running between Kilwinning and Johnstone to supplement train services between these stations

 

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Planned changes to train times

Major engineering work at London Bridge until January 2018

Train companies affected

Southeastern, Thameslink

Routes affected

All routes via London Bridge

Description

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.

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, 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 Charing Cross / 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.

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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 and 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 and Castle or Blackfriars for onward travel to London Bridge where tickets will be accepted on London Underground or eligible buses between Elephant and 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 Charing Cross or 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 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

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No trains from Roydon towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford from Saturday 2 January to Sunday 28 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

From Cambridge / Bishops Stortford to London Liverpool Street / Stratford.

Description

Platform improvement work is taking place at Roydon station and as a result of this trains travelling towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford will not call at Roydon.

Passengers are advised to use Harlow Town or Broxbourne stations.

Roydon season car park ticket holders may use Harlow Town car park.

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

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

To and from Uckfield

Description

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:

Friday 29 January from 22:00 to Friday 5 February, buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 21 February, Saturday 19 March, Sunday 20 March, Saturday 16 April buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Saturday 6 February, Monday 8 to Friday 12 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Friday 12 February from 22:00 & all day Saturday 13 February buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Sunday 14 to Friday 19 February, between 09:20 and 22:00 buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Saturday 20 February, Saturday 27 February, Sunday 28 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Monday 29 February to Friday 4 March, Monday 7 to Friday 11 March, Monday 14 to Friday 18 March, Tuesday 29 March to Friday 1 April, Monday 11 to Friday 15 April, between 09:20 and 16:40 buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 17 April buses will run between Ashurst and Uckfield.

Ticket Acceptance

Until 19 February, valid rail tickets to or from Uckfield or Buxted may be used, within the time restrictions for that ticket, on the following services:

On Southern/Thameslink services to and from Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes, East Grinstead.

On Southeastern services to and from Wadhurst, Tunbridge Wells.

Car Park Ticket Acceptance 

Passengers with a valid Southern monthly, quarterly or annual car park season ticket for Buxted car park may use it until 19 February in Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes or East Grinstead station car parks. These car park tickets will also be accepted at Crowborough, Eridge, however these station car parks are likely to fill up early in the morning.

For further information on these improvement works please view here

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Amended c2c services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

c2c

Routes affected

Between London Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Upminster and Pitsea with all lines closed from 22:40:

Trains will be diverted between Upminster and Pitsea with buses running between Upminster and Pitsea via Laindon.

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Amended Abellio Greater Anglia services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

Various Abellio Greater Anglia routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Abellio Greater Anglia network with the following trains amended:

After 21:25 a revised service with supplementing bus service will operate from Colchester to Witham. A revised service will also be in place between Marks Tey and Sudbury.

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Amended Northern Rail services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Various Northern Rail routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Hadfield and Manchester Piccadilly with the following services amended:

22:46 Manchester Piccadilly to Hadfield will be replaced by buses.

23:27 Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop will be replaced by buses.

23:30 New Mills Central to Manchester Piccadilly will be replaced by a bus.

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Amended Arriva Trains Wales from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Some Arriva Trains Wales routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Arriva Trains Wales network with the following trains amended:

20:04 Birmingham International to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth. The train will depart Shewsbury at 22:00.

20:30 Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth.

22:20 Penarth to Rhymney is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Rhymney.

22:50 Penarth to Ystrad Mynach is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Ystrad Mynach.

23:14 Radyr to Barry Island is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Barry Island.

22:45 Barry Island to Pontypridd will not call at Cardiff Queen Street, Cathays or Llandaf. A replacement bus will call at stations between Cardiff Central and Pontypridd via Cardiff Queen Street.

Trains between Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Bay are cancelled after 23:00.

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Amended East Midlands Trains services between Monday 8 and Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

East Midlands Trains

Routes affected

Some East Midlands Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the East Midlands Trains network with the following trains amended:

Monday and Tuesday

22:05 Nottingham to Worksop will be replaced by a bus between Mansfield Woodhouse and Worksop.

Monday to Friday

22:00 London St Pancras International to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham.

23:15 London St Pancras International to Derby will not call at East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham. A bus will run between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham and then on to Derby.

19:32 London St Pancras International to Leeds will divert after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

20:55 and 22:25 London St Pancras International to Sheffield will be diverting after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

22:01 and 23:20 Sheffield to Derby will be retimed to depart Sheffield later than usual.

Tuesday to Friday

05:30 Sheffield to London St Pancras International is retimed to depart Sheffield at 05:19.

05:49 Cleethorpes to Newark North Gate will be replaced by a bus between Cleethorpes and Market Rasen.

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Amended South West Trains services from Monday 8 until Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Various South West Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the South West Trains network with various lines closed.

Monday to Thursday

19:20 Weymouth to London Waterloo is diverted via Havant and will call additionally at Fareham, Havant and Guildford.

19:50 Poole to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

19:59 and 20:59 Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:10 and 21:10 Weymouth to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:56 and 21:56 Salisbury to Romsey services will be diverted via Winchester and replaced by buses between Eastleigh and Romsey.

21:30 and 22:30 Southampton Central to London Waterloo services are cancelled.

21:55 Southampton to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:05 and 21:05 London Waterloo to Poole services will call additionally at Eastleigh and terminate at Weymouth.

20:09 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Winchester.

22:21 Basingstoke to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Eastleigh. The service will not call at Micheldever, Winchester and Shawford.

20:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth will divert via Havant calling additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham. The service will terminate at Poole.

20:39 and 21:39 London Waterloo to Southampton Central will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth service is cancelled.

21:41 and 23:33 Winchester to Poole will run additionally.

21:42 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:58 and 22:59 Havant to Fareham services are cancelled.

22:07 Romsey to Salisbury will start at Winchester.

22:33 Winchester to Southampton Central will run additionally.

22:35 London Waterloo to Poole service is cancelled.

22:39, 23:35 and 01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central services will be replaced by buses between Basingstoke and Southampton.

23:05 London Waterloo to Poole will divert via Havant and call additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Waterloo to Bournemouth will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central is diverted via Twickenham and not call at Wimbledon and Surbiton. The service is replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

04:25 Guildford to London Waterloo is retimed to depart earlier at 03:58. The service will be diverted and not call at Surbiton.

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Amended Southern services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

Various Southern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some part of the Southern network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

From approximately 22:15 buses will replace trains between Lewes and Eastbourne.

Tuesday to Thursday

23:55 London Bridge to London Victoria will not call at Wandsworth Common or Battersea Park. Passengers should circulate via London Victoria.

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Amended CrossCountry service from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

CrossCountry

Routes affected

Some CrossCountry routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place on some parts of the CrossCountry network with the following train amended:

23:09 Birmingham New Street to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between Derby and Nottingham.

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Amended Great Northern services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Some Great Northern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Great Northern network, with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:29 Kings Lynn to London Kings Cross will not call at stations between Stevenage and Finsbury Park. A bus will run between between Stevenage and London Kings Cross, calling at all stations via Welwyn North.

23:33 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Kings Cross to Cambridge will depart 15 minutes later from Stevenage.

00:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough will call additionally at Alexandra Palace.

00:35 and 01:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough services will run non-stop between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage. Buses will run between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage via Welwyn North.

04:10 Peterborough to London Kings Cross will run non-stop between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace. A bus will run between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace.

00:03 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

00:18 Moorgate to Letchworth Garden City will depart later at 00:34.

04:10 Welwyn Garden City to London Kings Cross will be replaced by a bus between Welwyn Garden City and Alexandra Palace.

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Amended Virgin Trains services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Virgin Trains

Routes affected

Between London Euston and Wolverhampton

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Birmingham New Street and Wolverhampton with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:30 and 23:30 London Euston to Wolverhampton services will terminate at Birmingham New Street.

Tuesday to Friday

05:00 Wolverhampton to London Euston will start from Birmingham New Street.

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Amended Great Western Railway services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various Great Western Railway routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the Great Western Railway network with the following trains amended:

Monday

00:35 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington is replaced by a bus between Didcot Parkway and Reading.

Monday to Wednesday

23:27 Cardiff Central to Bristol Temple Meads will depart from Bristol Patchway later at 00:21.

Monday to Thursday

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids / Penzance will be diverted between Reading and Bath Spa, not calling at Didcot Parkway, Swindon and Chippenham.

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and South Wales / Bristol Parkway will be diverted between Reading and Newport, not calling at Didcot Parkway and Swindon.

From 22:00, buses will run between Reading and Swindon / Chippenham for passengers travelling to the missed stations.

From 22:00, between London Paddington and Oxford / Reading are unable to call at Taplow and Burnham. Buses will run between Slough and Taplow.

Tuesday to Friday

00:18 Henley-on-Thames to Reading will terminate at Twyford.

03:38 (bus) Oxford to Didcot Parkway will not run.

04:12 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington will start from Oxford at 04:00.

Thursday

23:30 London Paddington to Cardiff Central will be diverted and arrive later in to Cardiff Central at 02:38.

Friday

22:27 and 23:33 London Paddington to Oxford and 23:45 Banbury to London Paddington will be unable to call at Pangbourne. A bus will run between Tilehurst and Pangbourne.

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Amended First TransPennine Express services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

First TransPennine Express

Routes affected

Various First TransPennine routes.

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the First TransPennine Express network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

21:55 Newcastle to Manchester Airport will call additionally at Manchester Victoria extending journey time by 29 minutes.

22:30 York to Manchester Piccadilly is retimed to arrive at Manchester Piccadilly at 00:31.

23:30 Manchester Airport to York will not call at Huddersfield. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Dewsbury to connect with the train.

Tuesday to Friday

01:38 / 02:52 York to Manchester Airport will not call at Huddersfield but will call additionally at Brighouse. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Brighouse to connect with the train.

00:38 Manchester Airport to York is retimed to depart Manchester Airport at 00:54 and run later throughout.

03:25 Sheffield to Manchester Airport is retimed to depart Sheffield at 03:45.

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Buses replace trains between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog 

Description

In December 2015, flooding caused severe damage to the Conwy Valley railway line. This means that trains are currently unable to run between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Buses are replacing trains between these stations, extending journey times by up to 20 minutes.

Network Rail staff are in the process of repairing the damage and aim to reopen the line by the end of February.

A timetable of the replacement bus plan is available here.

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Buses replace trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central until further notice

Train companies affected

Southeastern

Routes affected

Between Dover Priory and London Charing Cross, Ramsgate and Ashford International and also between London St Pancras International and London St Pancras International via Faversham / Dover Priory

Description

On Christmas Eve 2015, strong winds and high tides caused damage to the sea wall and track between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central. Major work will need to be carried out to repair 250 metres of track and rebuild the sea wall before the line can reopen.

Network Rail are working on a solution that will not only allow the railway to be reopened, but also to act as a sea defence for many years to come. Such a complicated design takes time to achieve and Network Rail are working as quickly as possible to provide an indication as to how long the work will take.

In the meantime more than 19,000 tonnes of rock is being placed on the beach to protect the railway from further damage.

Until the line re-opens, the following arrangements will be in place:

Buses are replacing trains between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central, also calling at Folkestone West.

Southeastern advise that unless you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with heavy luggage, you should change at Folkestone West for the bus service. At Folkestone West, buses will arrive / depart from the London bound side of the station (Platform 1). If you are of reduced mobility or are travelling with luggage etc., Southeastern strongly recommend that you change at Folkestone Central to avoid the need to use the subway or stairs 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 provide connections into 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'll 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.

Whilst the line is closed, parking is available at Folkestone West free of charge. Please note that on Mondays to Fridays the car park can reach capacity by approximately 08:00.

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

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

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Disruption between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh expected until Monday 29 February

Train companies affected

Caledonian Sleeper, First TransPennine Express, Virgin Trains

Routes affected

First TransPennine Express between Manchester Airport and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Virgin Trains between London Euston and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh

Caledonian Sleeper services between London Euston and Edinburgh / Glasgow Central / Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William 

Description

Trains are currently unable to run on the West Coast Main Line between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh. This is because urgent repairs are required to a river bridge at Lamington which is located between Lockerbie and Motherwell. The line is to remain closed throughout February while engineers carry out repairs to the damage caused by Storm Frank. At this stage it is anticipated the first trains will cross the viaduct in the first week of March.

Disruption is therefore expected to continue until at least the end of service on Monday 29 February. You can read Network Rail's press release here.

Please note that there is currently disruption between Carlisle and Newcastle. Passengers are advised NOT to travel via this route.

The following service changes can be expected:

First TransPennine Express

Services between Manchester / Preston and Edinburgh will terminate / start at Lockerbie. Buses will run between Lockerbie and Edinburgh.

Services between Manchester / Preston and Glasgow Central will terminate / start at Carlisle. Buses will run between Carlisle and Glasgow Central.

Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains are running a limited train service between Carlisle and Glasgow Central via a diversionary route which will add an additional 90 minutes journey time.

Buses are running between Carlisle and Glasgow Central / Edinburgh, for passengers who wish to travel to and from Lockerbie and Motherwell. The buses will connect to trains at Carlisle for passengers travelling to Penrith, Oxenholme Lake District and Lancaster.

Caledonian Sleeper

Lowlander services (Edinburgh Waverley / Glasgow Central - London Euston) will run between Glasgow Central and London Euston only, not calling at Edinburgh, Motherwell or Carstairs. Passengers may use ScotRail services between Edinburgh / Motherwell / Carstairs and Glasgow to connect with the train at Glasgow Central. Trains will be diverted via Dumfries, extending journey times by up to 120 minutes.

Highlander services (Inverness / Aberdeen / Fort William - London Euston) will be diverted to run to  / from London Kings Cross via the East Coast Main Line, not calling at Preston or Crewe. Passengers travelling between Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William and Preston or Crewe may use ScotRail services between Inverness, Aberdeen, Fort William and Glasgow Central to connect with Lowlander services.

Alternative travel options

First TransPennine Express passengers who can defer their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

Passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets are able to travel via York and travel on the East Coast using CrossCountry or Virgin Trains East Coast services.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area, but must be used on First TransPennine Express services only and will not be accepted via the East Coast.

Virgin Trains passengers with Off-Peak and Anytime tickets between London Euston and Edinburgh only may use Virgin Trains East Coast services between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh.

Passengers may also use ScotRail services between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh / Carlisle.

Advance ticket restrictions have been relaxed for passengers travelling through the affected area. Virgin Trains are advising passengers to travel as close as possible to their booked services. London Underground services are conveying passengers between London Euston and London Kings Cross.

Passengers who can put off their travel are recommended to do so and a full refund will be available from the point of purchase.

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CLEARED: Buses replace trains between Prudhoe and Hexham

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Newcastle and Carlisle and also between Nunthorpe and Hexham

Description

Trains are now able to run as normal between Prudhoe and Hexham following heavy rain and a cracked sewer pipe having caused a landslip near Corbridge.

Delays between Carlisle and Leeds expected until at least the end of February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Between Carlisle and Leeds

Description

Recent poor weather conditions have caused a landslip near Appleby. Work is ongoing to stabilise the landslip and repair damage to the track.

While this work is taking place, one of the two lines has had to be closed resulting in a reduced train service between Carlisle and Leeds. Some buses are also running between Carlisle and Appleby, extending journey times by up to 60 minutes.

A full service is not expected to resume until at least the end of February.

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Buses replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Between Liskeard and Looe

Description

Flooding in the Looe Valley on Saturday closed the line between Liskeard and Looe. Trains are still unable to run between these stations; buses will replace trains between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:00.

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High winds across south west England until at least 17:45

Train companies affected

CrossCountry, Great Western Railway, South West Trains

Routes affected

Various routes across south west England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south west England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids and Penzance

Journeys between these stations are subject to delays, alterations and cancellations.

Great Western Railway and CrossCountry passengers may use each others services between Penzance and Bristol Temple Meads.

CrossCountry

From 11:00 until 15:00 most trains to / from Bournemouth will start / terminate at Southampton Central.

Passengers may use South West Trains between Bournemouth and Southampton Central.

South West Trains

Trains are running overnight to check routes and additional checks may be necessary to ensure tracks are clear of debris and safe to run your train service. As a result, the first timetabled train on some routes may not operate.

Winds are expected to be particularly strong between 11:00 and 15:00, affecting services on the following routes:

  • London Waterloo and Weymouth 
  • To and from Portsmouth

 

Between these times, trains will run at a reduced speed as a safety precaution and some journey times may be extended by up to 30 minutes.

The following services will be amended between London Waterloo and Weymouth

  • Between 08:05 and 12:35, some trains which leave London Waterloo will terminate at Dorchester South. A connecting replacement bus service will run between Dorchester and Weymouth, calling at Upwey

 

  • Between 11:20 and 16:03, some trains from Weymouth will start at Dorchester South. A replacement bus service will run from Weymouth to Dorchester South (calling at Upwey) for local journeys, however if you are travelling beyond Dorchester towards Bournemouth and London Waterloo you should take direct trains which leave Weymouth at 3 minutes past the hour. These trains will also call additionally at Upwey.

 

Passengers are strongly advised to check your journey before your travel.

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Poor weather in Wales on Monday 8 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales, Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various routes in Wales

Description

Severe weather is forecast to affect parts of south and west Wales today.  For safety reasons, speed restrictions will be in place on various routes.

Swansea - Bridgend

Signalling problems at Pyle are causing delays of up to 20 minutes to journeys between Swansea and Bridgend. This is expected to continue until approximately 08:45.

Arriva Trains Wales will be affected on the following routes:

Maesteg - Cheltenham Spa

Services will not run between Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa until approximately 19:00.

Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen - Manchester Piccadilly

Between approximately 08:00 and 16:00, services between these stations will call additionally at Llansamlet, Briton Ferry, Baglan and Pyle.

Until approximately 18:45, journeys from Milford Haven / Fishguard Harbour / Carmarthen to Cardiff Central will be delayed by up to 60 minutes. Trains from Cardiff Central to Manchester Piccadilly will run as scheduled. 

Swansea / Llanelli - Cardiff Central

Between 09:00 and 15:00 these services will not run.

Great Western Railway will be affected on the following route:

Carmarthen - Cardiff Central

Services are subject to delays and alterations.

Alternative travel options

Arriva Trains Wales passengers may use CrossCountry and Great Western Railway services on any reasonable route.

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High winds across south England until at least 17:00

Train companies affected

Gatwick Express, Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink

Routes affected

Various routes across south England

Description

High winds are expected across parts of south England, causing disruption to journeys on various routes.

From 11:00 today speed restrictions will be imposed on various routes. Coastal services are expected to be the most affected.

Services throughout the south of England are subject to delays, short notice alterations and cancellations.

Gatwick Express will be running a reduced service.

Network Rail's engineers are preparing to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage as quickly as possible.

Alternative travel options

Southern and Thameslink passengers may use each others services on any reasonable routes.

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Possible disruption to Great Northern services until at least 15:00

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Various routes across the Great Northern network

Description

Severe rain and high winds are expected in the south of England until this afternoon. This may affect railway infrastructure and cause some service alterations.

Network Rail's engineers are on standby to deploy across the network to inspect lines and repair any damage if required.

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Disruption between Southampton Central and Weymouth expected until 11:00

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Between London Waterloo / Southampton Central / Bournemouth and Weymouth

Description

A signalling problem between Wareham and Weymouth is causing disruption to journeys between Southampton Central and Weymouth. This is expected to continue until 11:00.

Trains are currently unable to run between Wareham and Weymouth. Buses will run between these stations.

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Buses replace trains between Bedford and Bletchley until approximately 09:00

Train companies affected

London Midland

Routes affected

Between Bedford and Bletchley

Description

A fault on the train that runs between Bedford and Bletchley means that buses are replacing trains between these stations. This is expected to continue until approximately 09:00.

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Disruption between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central until approximately 12:00

Train companies affected

ScotRail

Routes affected

Between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central

Description

Overhead wire problems between Kilwinning and Johnstone are causing disruption to services between Ayr / Largs / Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central.

The following changes will apply approximately 12:00:

  • Trains between Ardrossan Harbour and Glasgow Central will not run
  • Trains between Largs and Glasgow Central will run between Largs and Kilwinning only
  • A reduced service will run between Ayr and Glasgow Central. Trains will depart from Ayr at 06 and 36 minutes past the hour. Trains will depart from Glasgow Central on the hour and at 30 minutes past the hour.
  • Buses are running between Kilwinning and Johnstone to supplement train services between these stations

 

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Planned changes to train times

Major engineering work at London Bridge until January 2018

Train companies affected

Southeastern, Thameslink

Routes affected

All routes via London Bridge

Description

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.

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, 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 Charing Cross / 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.

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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 and 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 and Castle or Blackfriars for onward travel to London Bridge where tickets will be accepted on London Underground or eligible buses between Elephant and 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 Charing Cross or 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 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

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No trains from Roydon towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford from Saturday 2 January to Sunday 28 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

From Cambridge / Bishops Stortford to London Liverpool Street / Stratford.

Description

Platform improvement work is taking place at Roydon station and as a result of this trains travelling towards London Liverpool Street or Stratford will not call at Roydon.

Passengers are advised to use Harlow Town or Broxbourne stations.

Roydon season car park ticket holders may use Harlow Town car park.

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

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

To and from Uckfield

Description

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:

Friday 29 January from 22:00 to Friday 5 February, buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 21 February, Saturday 19 March, Sunday 20 March, Saturday 16 April buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Saturday 6 February, Monday 8 to Friday 12 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Friday 12 February from 22:00 & all day Saturday 13 February buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Sunday 14 to Friday 19 February, between 09:20 and 22:00 buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Saturday 20 February, Saturday 27 February, Sunday 28 February, buses will run between Crowborough and Uckfield.

Monday 29 February to Friday 4 March, Monday 7 to Friday 11 March, Monday 14 to Friday 18 March, Tuesday 29 March to Friday 1 April, Monday 11 to Friday 15 April, between 09:20 and 16:40 buses will run between Oxted and Uckfield.

Sunday 17 April buses will run between Ashurst and Uckfield.

Ticket Acceptance

Until 19 February, valid rail tickets to or from Uckfield or Buxted may be used, within the time restrictions for that ticket, on the following services:

On Southern/Thameslink services to and from Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes, East Grinstead.

On Southeastern services to and from Wadhurst, Tunbridge Wells.

Car Park Ticket Acceptance 

Passengers with a valid Southern monthly, quarterly or annual car park season ticket for Buxted car park may use it until 19 February in Haywards Heath, Polegate, Lewes or East Grinstead station car parks. These car park tickets will also be accepted at Crowborough, Eridge, however these station car parks are likely to fill up early in the morning.

For further information on these improvement works please view here

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These changes for Sunday 21 February and Sunday 17 April are not currently shown in the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner, please check back nearer to the time of travel.

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

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Amended c2c services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

c2c

Routes affected

Between London Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Upminster and Pitsea with all lines closed from 22:40:

Trains will be diverted between Upminster and Pitsea with buses running between Upminster and Pitsea via Laindon.

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Amended Abellio Greater Anglia services from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February

Train companies affected

Abellio Greater Anglia

Routes affected

Various Abellio Greater Anglia routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Abellio Greater Anglia network with the following trains amended:

After 21:25 a revised service with supplementing bus service will operate from Colchester to Witham. A revised service will also be in place between Marks Tey and Sudbury.

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Amended Northern Rail services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Northern Rail

Routes affected

Various Northern Rail routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Hadfield and Manchester Piccadilly with the following services amended:

22:46 Manchester Piccadilly to Hadfield will be replaced by buses.

23:27 Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop will be replaced by buses.

23:30 New Mills Central to Manchester Piccadilly will be replaced by a bus.

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Amended Arriva Trains Wales from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Arriva Trains Wales

Routes affected

Some Arriva Trains Wales routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Arriva Trains Wales network with the following trains amended:

20:04 Birmingham International to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth. The train will depart Shewsbury at 22:00.

20:30 Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth is replaced by a bus between Newtown and Aberystwyth.

22:20 Penarth to Rhymney is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Rhymney.

22:50 Penarth to Ystrad Mynach is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Ystrad Mynach.

23:14 Radyr to Barry Island is replaced by a bus between Cardiff Central and Barry Island.

22:45 Barry Island to Pontypridd will not call at Cardiff Queen Street, Cathays or Llandaf. A replacement bus will call at stations between Cardiff Central and Pontypridd via Cardiff Queen Street.

Trains between Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Bay are cancelled after 23:00.

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Amended East Midlands Trains services between Monday 8 and Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

East Midlands Trains

Routes affected

Some East Midlands Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the East Midlands Trains network with the following trains amended:

Monday and Tuesday

22:05 Nottingham to Worksop will be replaced by a bus between Mansfield Woodhouse and Worksop.

Monday to Friday

22:00 London St Pancras International to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham.

23:15 London St Pancras International to Derby will not call at East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham. A bus will run between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham and then on to Derby.

19:32 London St Pancras International to Leeds will divert after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

20:55 and 22:25 London St Pancras International to Sheffield will be diverting after Chesterfield, extending journey times.

22:01 and 23:20 Sheffield to Derby will be retimed to depart Sheffield later than usual.

Tuesday to Friday

05:30 Sheffield to London St Pancras International is retimed to depart Sheffield at 05:19.

05:49 Cleethorpes to Newark North Gate will be replaced by a bus between Cleethorpes and Market Rasen.

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Amended South West Trains services from Monday 8 until Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

South West Trains

Routes affected

Various South West Trains routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the South West Trains network with various lines closed.

Monday to Thursday

19:20 Weymouth to London Waterloo is diverted via Havant and will call additionally at Fareham, Havant and Guildford.

19:50 Poole to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

19:59 and 20:59 Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:10 and 21:10 Weymouth to London Waterloo services will be replaced by buses between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:56 and 21:56 Salisbury to Romsey services will be diverted via Winchester and replaced by buses between Eastleigh and Romsey.

21:30 and 22:30 Southampton Central to London Waterloo services are cancelled.

21:55 Southampton to London Waterloo will be replaced by a bus between Winchester and Basingstoke.

20:05 and 21:05 London Waterloo to Poole services will call additionally at Eastleigh and terminate at Weymouth.

20:09 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Winchester.

22:21 Basingstoke to Portsmouth Harbour will start from Eastleigh. The service will not call at Micheldever, Winchester and Shawford.

20:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth will divert via Havant calling additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham. The service will terminate at Poole.

20:39 and 21:39 London Waterloo to Southampton Central will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:35 London Waterloo to Weymouth service is cancelled.

21:41 and 23:33 Winchester to Poole will run additionally.

21:42 London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Winchester.

21:58 and 22:59 Havant to Fareham services are cancelled.

22:07 Romsey to Salisbury will start at Winchester.

22:33 Winchester to Southampton Central will run additionally.

22:35 London Waterloo to Poole service is cancelled.

22:39, 23:35 and 01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central services will be replaced by buses between Basingstoke and Southampton.

23:05 London Waterloo to Poole will divert via Havant and call additionally at Guildford, Havant and Fareham.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Waterloo to Bournemouth will be replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

01:05 London Waterloo to Southampton Central is diverted via Twickenham and not call at Wimbledon and Surbiton. The service is replaced by a bus between Basingstoke and Southampton Central.

04:25 Guildford to London Waterloo is retimed to depart earlier at 03:58. The service will be diverted and not call at Surbiton.

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Amended Southern services from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 February

Train companies affected

Southern

Routes affected

Various Southern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some part of the Southern network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

From approximately 22:15 buses will replace trains between Lewes and Eastbourne.

Tuesday to Thursday

23:55 London Bridge to London Victoria will not call at Wandsworth Common or Battersea Park. Passengers should circulate via London Victoria.

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Amended CrossCountry service from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

CrossCountry

Routes affected

Some CrossCountry routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place on some parts of the CrossCountry network with the following train amended:

23:09 Birmingham New Street to Nottingham will be replaced by a bus between Derby and Nottingham.

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Amended Great Northern services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Northern

Routes affected

Some Great Northern routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the Great Northern network, with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:29 Kings Lynn to London Kings Cross will not call at stations between Stevenage and Finsbury Park. A bus will run between between Stevenage and London Kings Cross, calling at all stations via Welwyn North.

23:33 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

Tuesday to Friday

00:05 London Kings Cross to Cambridge will depart 15 minutes later from Stevenage.

00:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough will call additionally at Alexandra Palace.

00:35 and 01:35 London Kings Cross to Peterborough services will run non-stop between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage. Buses will run between Alexandra Palace and Stevenage via Welwyn North.

04:10 Peterborough to London Kings Cross will run non-stop between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace. A bus will run between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace.

00:03 Moorgate to Welwyn Garden City will be replaced by a bus between Alexandra Palace and Welwyn Garden City.

00:18 Moorgate to Letchworth Garden City will depart later at 00:34.

04:10 Welwyn Garden City to London Kings Cross will be replaced by a bus between Welwyn Garden City and Alexandra Palace.

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Amended Virgin Trains services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Virgin Trains

Routes affected

Between London Euston and Wolverhampton

Description

Engineering work is taking place between Birmingham New Street and Wolverhampton with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

22:30 and 23:30 London Euston to Wolverhampton services will terminate at Birmingham New Street.

Tuesday to Friday

05:00 Wolverhampton to London Euston will start from Birmingham New Street.

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Amended Great Western Railway services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

Great Western Railway

Routes affected

Various Great Western Railway routes

Description

Engineering work is taking place across the Great Western Railway network with the following trains amended:

Monday

00:35 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington is replaced by a bus between Didcot Parkway and Reading.

Monday to Wednesday

23:27 Cardiff Central to Bristol Temple Meads will depart from Bristol Patchway later at 00:21.

Monday to Thursday

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads / Exeter St Davids / Penzance will be diverted between Reading and Bath Spa, not calling at Didcot Parkway, Swindon and Chippenham.

From 22:00, trains between London Paddington and South Wales / Bristol Parkway will be diverted between Reading and Newport, not calling at Didcot Parkway and Swindon.

From 22:00, buses will run between Reading and Swindon / Chippenham for passengers travelling to the missed stations.

From 22:00, between London Paddington and Oxford / Reading are unable to call at Taplow and Burnham. Buses will run between Slough and Taplow.

Tuesday to Friday

00:18 Henley-on-Thames to Reading will terminate at Twyford.

03:38 (bus) Oxford to Didcot Parkway will not run.

04:12 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington will start from Oxford at 04:00.

Thursday

23:30 London Paddington to Cardiff Central will be diverted and arrive later in to Cardiff Central at 02:38.

Friday

22:27 and 23:33 London Paddington to Oxford and 23:45 Banbury to London Paddington will be unable to call at Pangbourne. A bus will run between Tilehurst and Pangbourne.

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Amended First TransPennine Express services from Monday 8 to Friday 12 February

Train companies affected

First TransPennine Express

Routes affected

Various First TransPennine routes.

Description

Engineering work is taking place over some parts of the First TransPennine Express network with the following trains amended:

Monday to Thursday

21:55 Newcastle to Manchester Airport will call additionally at Manchester Victoria extending journey time by 29 minutes.

22:30 York to Manchester Piccadilly is retimed to arrive at Manchester Piccadilly at 00:31.

23:30 Manchester Airport to York will not call at Huddersfield. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Dewsbury to connect with the train.

Tuesday to Friday

01:38 / 02:52 York to Manchester Airport will not call at Huddersfield but will call additionally at Brighouse. A bus will run between Huddersfield and Brighouse to connect with the train.

00:38 Manchester Airport to York is retimed to depart Manchester Airport at 00:54 and run later throughout.

03:25 Sheffield to Manchester Airport is retimed to depart Sheffield at 03:45.

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There are currently no planned changes to train times.