When are rail strikes taking place, are trains running and what are being canceled?

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Rain operators are updating the public with information about services ahead of next week’s rail strikes.

Rail workers are walking out on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Wednesday, Friday and Sunday will also be disrupted.

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– West Coast

A “significantly reduced timetable” will be in three days.

Services run from London Easton to Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Preston every hour.

There is no West Coast service on strike days in North Wales, Shrewsbury, Blackpool and Edinburgh.

Trains will not be called at Stockport, Maclesfield, Stoke-on-Trent or Runcorn, and these stations will be closed.

Customers with existing tickets for travel from Tuesday to Sunday can claim a full refund by suspending further sales to “help reduce disruption and congestion.”

– c2c

It will operate less than one-third of normal services between 7.30am and 6.30pm.

It will run two trains per hour from London Fencherch Street to Schubernice via London, and at the same frequency from London Fencherch Street to Rennes via Pittsburgh.

No trains will run from Ockendon or Chafford Hundred.

– Caledonian sleeper

All departures between Monday and Friday have been canceled.

– Chiltern Railway

On Tuesday, services will be unable to call stations operating through the London Underground.

During the three days, no train will run north of Banbury, Oxford, or Emersham to Islesbury.

One hour each train will run via High Wycombe to Banbury, Islesbury and between Islesbury and Emersham (except Tuesday).

The service will start at 7.30am, with morning trains not arriving in London until 9am.

The last train will leave the capital at 4.45 pm.

– Between countries

There will be no three-day service from Birmingham New Street to Bristol Temple Meds, Cardiff Central, Peterborough, Cambridge or Stansted Airport.

There will be a “very limited service” between Bristol Parkway and Plymouth and between Birmingham New Street and Newcastle and Edinburgh Waverley.

There is only one train per hour between Birmingham New Street and Manchester Piccadilly, Leicester, Leeds and York and Reading.

He warned of the possibility of last-minute changes in the timetable.

– East Midlands Railway

Services will operate from 7.30am to 6.30pm, with no direct train between Luton and London St. Pancras on Saturdays and Sundays.

On most routes, only one train per hour will run in each direction.

– Gatok Express

No service on strike days.

Sunday’s service will run in the days following the strikes, starting at 7.15am and ending soon.

– Grand Central

In most cases, only three trains will run in each direction on strike days.

Although a full timetable has been planned for other days, some services have been canceled or will resume later.

– Great North

There will be no more than two trains per hour between King’s Cross, Elliott, Cambridge, Peterborough, Velvet Garden City and Hartford North via Stevenage.

The last trains on strike days will end at noon.

– The Great Western Railway

Numerous services will not be available during the strike days, including the Cornwall and Devon and South Wales Main Line, the Heart of Wessex Line, the Severn Beach Line, the North Cots Wilds Line and the South Cots Wilds Line.

On Saturday, Greenford Branch Line services will not run.

Other routes will have “extremely limited service”, operating from 7.30am to 6.30pm.

– Greater England

There will be very little service on London’s routes, with no regional or branch line trains and no buses instead of trains.

No more than two trains per hour will run in the capital, starting at 7.30 am and ending at 6.30 pm.

– Heathrow Express

Services will be “significantly affected” during the week with a half-hour service between 7.30am and 6.30pm on strike days.

– Hill trains

On strike days, trains will run only between Doncaster and London Kings Cross from 7.30am to 6.30pm.

– London North Eastern Railway

About 38% of its normal trains will be running, which is likely to be very busy.

The last train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh is at 2 pm, while the last train to Leeds will leave at 3.05 pm.

The last train from Edinburgh to London is at 12.30 pm, with the final departure from Leeds at 3.45 pm.

– London Northwestern Railway

Only two trains per hour between London Easton and Northampton and one per hour between Birmingham New Street and Northampton.

There will be no train between London Easton and Crew.– لوموThere will be “some interruptions” in services throughout the week, but more will follow.

– MercierThere will be no train service during the strike days and no alternative trains will be run.

– North

Services will not operate on most routes, with a “very limited” number of trains on a few running lines, including Leeds trains.

– Scott Rail

No trains will run north of Glasgow or Edinburgh during the strike.

Only two trains per hour will run between the cities via Falkirk.

They will work from 7.30 am to 6.30 pm.

– Southwestern Railway

During the strike, there will be “extremely limited service” between 7.15am and 6.30pm and only on certain routes.

This includes only four trains per hour between London Waterloo and Woking and two trains per hour between London Waterloo and Basingstoke.

– Southeast

Most stations and routes will be closed and “severely reduced” service will be operated on strike days.

People will not be able to travel where trains will not run.

– South

Many stations and routes will be closed with just two trains per hour from London Bridge and London Victoria to south east London and the coast. The Brighton Main Line will run services to London Bridge and London Victoria, with additional trains from Tottenham Corner via Epsom Downs, Sutton and West Croydon, Crystal Palace.

– Stansted Express

Later with the first trains and the last trains before that, there will be less frequency.

There will be two trains an hour, no service from Stansted Airport to Norwich and Cambridge.

– Themes link

Normally two trains per hour will run both north and south.

There will be fewer trains than usual during the strike days, and there is no running between London St Pancras and London Bridge.

– Transpenin Express

Most services will see a “significant reduction” in trains.

Yarm, Scarborough, Seymour, Malton, Selby, Borough and Hill stations will be completely closed and no service calls will be made on strike days.

There will also be significant disruptions on Wednesday and Friday.

– Transport to Wales

On Tuesdays and Thursdays there will be less service between Radyr and Treherbert, Aberdare and Merthyr Tydfil, with alternative bus services between Radyr and Cardiff Central.

There will be less service between Radyr and Treherbert, Aberdare and Pontypridd, and alternative buses will run between Radyr and Cardiff Central on Saturdays.

All other services will be suspended.

– West Midlands Railway

Many services will not run during the week.

Strike days will see “very limited service” like Wednesday and Friday.