The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Weekend Travel Summary

Welcome to the National Rail Enquiries travel summary for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend.

​​​​​​​Her Majesty The Queen has become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years of service. To celebrate this unprecedented anniversary, a four day UK bank holiday weekend will take place from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June 2022. The bank holiday will provide an opportunity for communities and people throughout the country to come together to celebrate this historic milestone.

The vast majority of Britain’s railway will be open as usual during The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend.

Big Jubilee events are being planned across the country, including:

Thursday 2 June: The Queen's Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour) in London.

Saturday 4 June: The Derby, at Epsom Downs racecourse. Also, the Platinum Party at the Palace (BBC Concert) on Saturday night. 

Sunday 5 June: The Platinum Jubilee Pageant. A large crowd is expected in London for this awe-inspiring festival of creativity.

Travelling home after events on Saturday night?

Large crowds are expected in London on Saturday 4 June after 22:30 as people travel home after the Platinum Jubilee events. There are also other big events taking place in and around London that evening, which will add to the numbers of people using trains to get home that night.

Please check your journey home will be possible by using our Journey Planner. It is worth bearing in mind when journey planning that the London Underground and National Rail stations in London will be busy, especially near events, and there may be short-term safety measures such as queuing or changes to the way you enter or exit stations.

Engineering and Improvement Work:

Due to the number of people expected to be travelling by rail to Platinum Jubilee events, there will be little major engineering work undertaken. All major routes into London will remain open (except Hayes - Lewisham). Some line closures will still be taking place though, so please check your journey is possible before you travel.

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Bank Holiday changes being made by your Train Operating Company:

Details of the service each Train Operating Company is planning to provide over the Platinum Jubilee long bank holiday weekend will be published here when available. 

Avanti West Coast

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, subject to the following engineering work:

Late night engineering work will be taking place in the Crewe area. As a result, the 22:00 London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly service will be routed via Macclesfield, not calling at Crewe. A replacement bus will run between Stoke-on-Trent and Crewe. 

Late night engineering work will be taking place in the Coventry area. As a result:

  • 22:30 London Euston to Wolverhampton service will be diverted via Nuneaton, not calling at Coventry or Birmingham International. Road transport is provided between Rugby and Birmingham International. 
  • 23:30 London Euston to Wolverhampton service will be diverted from Rugby via Stafford, not calling at Coventry, Birmingham International or Birmingham New Street. Road transport is to be provided between Rugby and Birmingham New Street.

       

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

c2c

 

Thursday 2 June

An enhanced Bank Holiday service will operate.

Late night engineering work will be taking place between Southend Central and Shoeburyness. After 23:55 buses will replace trains between these stations.

Friday 3 June

An enhanced Bank Holiday service will operate.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service.

Sunday 5 June

Basildon Line:

Due to engineering work between Barking and London Liverpool Street, services will be diverted to start from / terminate at London Fenchurch Street and will call additionally at West Ham. If you're travelling to / from Stratford, you can use your ticket on London Underground Jubilee Line services between West Ham and Stratford.

Ockendon Line:

Due to overhead line work between Grays and Pitsea, these services will start/terminate at Grays. Replacement buses will run between Grays and Pitsea via Tilbury.

Rainham Line:

Normal service.

Caledonian Sleeper

 

Thursday 2 June

No service changes have been announced.

Friday 3 June

No service changes have been announced.

Saturday 4 June

No Saturday night service as usual.

Sunday 5 June

Due to engineering works the following changes will apply:

London to Inverness/Aberdeen/Fort William:
This service will depart London Euston at the earlier time of 20:30. It will not call at Watford Junction, Crewe or Preston. Arrival times at all destinations are unaltered.

London to Edinburgh/Glasgow:
This service will depart from London Euston at the earlier time of 21:34. It will not call at Watford Junction or Carlisle. It will arrive in Edinburgh at 04:44 however guests may remain on board until 08:00. It will not call at Carstairs. Arrival times at Motherwell and Glasgow Central are unaltered.

Edinburgh/Glasgow to London:
This service will depart at the earlier time of 21:45. It will depart Motherwell at 22:02, and Carstairs at 22:19.
The service from Edinburgh will be available for boarding 22:30 and will depart Edinburgh at 23:25. This service will not call at Carlisle and Watford Junction. It will arrive into London Euston at 07:15.

Inverness/Aberdeen/Fort William to London:
This service from Inverness, Aberdeen and Fort William will depart at the normal times from stations in Scotland. It will not call at Preston or Crewe. It will arrive into London Euston at 09:15.

Chiltern Railways

 

Thursday 2 June

Special timetable as below, there is no planned engineering work.

London Marylebone - Oxford/Birmingham: A near-normal Monday-Friday service will operate.
London Marylebone - Aylesbury Vale Parkway: An amended Saturday service will operate.

Friday 3 June

Special timetable as below, there is no planned engineering work.

London Marylebone - Oxford/Birmingham: A near-normal Monday-Friday service will operate.
London Marylebone - Aylesbury Vale Parkway: An amended Saturday service will operate.

Saturday 4 June

Special timetable. Two additional late night services, to Oxford and Aylesbury, are planned.

Sunday 5 June

Special timetable, subject to the following engineering work.

Due to engineering work between Princes Risborough and Aylesbury, buses will replace trains between these stations.

CrossCountry

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, subject to the following engineering work.

Engineering work is taking place between Melton Mowbray and Peterborough. As a result, buses will be replacing trains between Leicester and Peterborough.

Engineering work will be taking place in the Wakefield Westgate area. Trains will be diverted to run on an alternative route, and will not call at Doncaster. A bus service will operate between Doncaster and Wakefield Westgate.

East Midlands Railway

 

Thursday 2 June

Only service changes are due to the following engineering work:

Due to engineering work between Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes, trains will be unable to call at Barrow Haven station.

Late night engineering work will take place in the Mansfield Woodhouse area. As a result:

  • 21:25 and 22:25 Nottingham to Worksop services will terminate at Mansfield Woodhouse
  • 22:39 and 23:43 Worksop to Nottingham service will start at Mansfield Woodhouse.
  • A replacement bus service will be in place for connection to/from the trains at Mansfield Woodhouse calling all stations.

       

Friday 3 June

Only service changes are due to the following engineering work:

Due to engineering work between Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes, trains will be unable to call at Barrow Haven station.

Saturday 4 June

Only service changes are due to the following engineering work:

Due to engineering work between Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes, trains will be unable to call at Barrow Haven station.

Sunday 5 June

Only service changes are due to the following engineering work:

Early morning engineering work between Leicester and Kettering will affect two train services:

  • 07:00 Derby to London St Pancras International will be altered and start earlier at 06:57, calling at stations up to 5 minutes earlier as far as Kettering. It will arrive at London St Pancras International at its normal time.  
  • 08:23 Sheffield to London St Pancras International will be altered between Kettering and Luton Airport Parkway to run slightly later. It will arrive at London St Pancras International at its normal time.

        

Due to engineering work between Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes, trains will be unable to call at Barrow Haven station.

Elizabeth line

 

​​​​​​​Thursday 2 June

Saturday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Saturday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal Saturday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

A special Sunday service will run on the new central section of the Elizabeth line (they are not initially operating on other Sundays).

Gatwick Express

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, with minor retimings. There is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, with minor retimings. There is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Grand Central

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Due to engineering work in the Wakefield area, trains will be diverted via (but not calling at) Pontefract.

Great Northern

 

Thursday 2 June

A Saturday service will operate.

Early morning engineering work will be taking place between Potters Bar and Welwyn Garden City. Until 05:15 trains will not call at Welham Green

Late night engineering work will be taking place between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace. From 22:30 trains will not call at Harringay or Hornsey, you can use TfL Buses to complete your journey.

Friday 3 June

A Saturday service will operate.

Early morning engineering work will be taking place between Potters Bar and Welwyn Garden City. Until 05:15 trains will not call at Welham Green

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Until 08:20, engineering work is taking place between Harringay and Alexandra Palace. Trains running towards London will not call at Harringay or Hornsey. You can use your tickets on London Buses to or from these stations.

Until 08:50, buses will replace trains between Cambridge and Kings Lynn due to early morning engineering work.

Great Western Railway

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal weekday service on most routes, except the following changes:

Some peak-time trains into and out of London Paddington will not operate, while other trains will make additional stops.

A few peak-time trains between Bristol Parkway, Filton Abbey Wood, Bristol Temple Meads, Bath Spa and Westbury will not run.

Maidenhead - Marlow line will be an hourly service all day.

Late night engineering work is taking place between Westbury and Frome. As a result the following trains will terminate at Westbury and buses will run from Westbury to Frome:

  • 21:30 Cardiff Central to Frome
  • 23:45 Bristol Temple Meads to Frome

     

Late night engineering work is taking place between Moreton-in-Marsh and Worcester. As a result:

  • 21:50 London Paddington to Worcester Shrub Hill service will call additionally at Didcot Parkway, and then divert via Swindon (not calling) to Worcester Shrub Hill. You can use rail connections between Didcot Parkway and Oxford. A replacement bus will run between Oxford and Worcester Shrub Hill.
  • 22:00 Hereford to London Paddington service will run between Hereford and Worcester Shrub Hill, and between Oxford and London Paddington only. A replacement bus will run from Worcester Shrub Hill to Oxford, connecting the two train services.
  • 22:50 London Paddington to Worcestershire Parkway service will terminate at Oxford. A replacement bus will run from Oxford to Worcestershire Parkway.

 

Late night engineering work is taking place between Gloucester and Yate. As a result, 22:36 Gloucester to Bristol Temple Meads service will be diverted between Gloucester and Bristol Parkway, extending journey times.

Late night engineering work is taking place between Kemble and Gloucester. As a result:

  • 22:48 London Paddington to Swansea service will be diverted between Swindon and Bristol Parkway, extending journey times to Bristol Parkway and beyond.
  • 23:42 Swindon to Cheltenham Spa service will depart earlier than usual, at 23:17, and will be diverted, not calling at Kemble, Stroud or Stonehouse. This train will also terminate at Gloucester. A replacement bus will run from Swindon to Cheltenham Spa, serving these stations.

        

Friday 3 June

Normal weekday service on most routes, except the following changes:

Some peak-time trains into and out of London Paddington will not operate, while other trains will make additional stops.

A few peak-time trains between Bristol Parkway, Filton Abbey Wood, Bristol Temple Meads, Bath Spa and Westbury will not run.

Maidenhead - Marlow line will be an hourly service all day.

Late night engineering work is taking place between Westbury and Frome. As a result the following trains will terminate at Westbury and buses will run from Westbury to Frome:

  • 21:30 Cardiff Central to Frome
  • 23:45 Bristol Temple Meads to Frome

 

Saturday 4 June

Normal Saturday service, subject to the following engineering work.

Late night engineering work is taking place between Patchway and Severn Tunnel Junction. As a result:

  • 18:23 Portsmouth Harbour to Cardiff Central will terminate at Bristol Temple Meads. Rail connections are available from Bristol Temple Meads to Cardiff Central. 
  • 18:37 Plymouth to Cardiff Central will terminate at Bristol Temple Meads. Rail connections are available from Bristol Temple Meads to Cardiff Central. 
  • 20:23 Portsmouth Harbour to Cardiff Central will terminate at Bristol Temple Meads. A replacement bus will run from Bristol Temple Meads to Cardiff Central. 
  • 22:00 Cardiff Central to Bristol Temple Meads will not run and will be replaced by a bus.
  • 22:47 Cardiff Central to Bristol Temple Meads will not run and will be replaced by road transport.

 

Late night engineering work is taking place between Hayes & Harlington and Maidenhead. As a result, the 23:45 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington and the 00:33 (Sunday) London Paaddington to Reading trains will not call Taplow and Burnham. You should travel via Slough for a replacement bus service. 

Sunday 5 June

Normal Sunday service, subject to the following engineering work.

Engineering work is taking place between Hayes & Harlington and Maidenhead. As a result, early morning and late night trains will not call at Burnham. You should travel via Slough for replacement bus connections to/from Burnham. In addition, the 08:58 Bristol Parkway to Cardiff Central will be replaced by an EARLIER bus from Bristol Parkway to Newport, with a rail connection from Newport to Cardiff Central. 

Greater Anglia

 

Thursday 2 June

A Saturday style service will be in place across the Greater Anglia network

The following engineering work will be taking place:

After 23:35, engineering work will be taking place between London Liverpool Street and Cheshunt. Trains that usually run via Seven Sisters will be diverted via Tottenham Hale.

Friday 3 June

A Saturday style service will be in place across the Greater Anglia network

The following engineering work will be taking place:

Until 04:45, engineering work will be taking place between London Liverpool Street and Cheshunt. Trains that usually run via Seven Sisters will be diverted via Tottenham Hale.

Saturday 4 June

There is no planned engineering work.

Intercity train services between Norwich and London will run at an hourly frequency

Sunday 5 June

Intercity train services between Norwich and London will run at an hourly frequency

The following engineering work is taking place:

Engineering work is taking place between Meridian Water and Stratford. As a result, trains will be diverted into London Liverpool Street via Hackney Downs. No services will operate between Meridian Water and Stratford all day.

Customers for Stratford should change onto Greater Anglia mainline / Southend Victoria services from London Liverpool Street; customers travelling to / from Lea Bridge should use London Buses between Lea Bridge and Stratford / Hackney Downs.

Heathrow Express

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Hull Trains

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Island Line

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

LNER

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service.

However, due to higher numbers of passengers travelling for the Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend the 10:00 and 14:00 services from London Kings Cross to Aberdeen, and the 12:00 service from London Kings Cross to Inverness will call additionally at York, Darlington and Newcastle for passengers to board only.

Friday 3 June

Normal service.

However, due to higher numbers of passengers travelling for the Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend the 10:00 and 14:00 services from London Kings Cross to Aberdeen, and the 12:00 service from London Kings Cross to Inverness will call additionally at York, Darlington and Newcastle for passengers to board only.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service.

Late night engineering work will be taking place in the Wakefield area. As a result, the 22.00 London Kings Cross to Leeds service will depart at 21.30 and terminate at Doncaster. A replacement coach service will operate from Doncaster to Wakefield Westgate and Leeds.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, subject to the engineering work below.

Engineering work will be taking place in the Wakefield area. As a result, an hourly service will operate on the route to and from Leeds, via a diversionary route, and trains will not call at Wakefield Westgate. A replacement coach service will run between Doncaster and Wakefield Westgate.

Services to and from Harrogate, Skipton and Bradford Forster Square will start and terminate at Leeds except the 09:15 from Harrogate to London Kings Cross and the 18:03 London Kings Cross to Harrogate services.

London Northwestern Railway

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, except between Bletchley and Bedford which will operate to a Saturday service timetable.

Trains are expected to be busier than usual, particularly between Birmingham New Street / Northampton / Milton Keynes Central – London Euston.

Due to late night engineering work the following services will stop at Bushey to let customers disembark only:

  • 22:18 London Euston to Northampton
  • 22:42 London Euston to Milton Keynes Central
  • 23:03 London Euston to Northampton

       

Friday 3 June

Normal service, except between Bletchley and Bedford which will operate to a Saturday service timetable.

Trains are expected to be busier than usual, particularly between Birmingham New Street / Northampton / Milton Keynes Central – London Euston.

Evening services departing London Euston will be extremely busy. Please plan your journey carefully and consider travelling earlier or staying over to avoid extremely busy services.

Queueing systems will be in place during busier times to help keep you safe.

Due to early morning engineering work, the 00:35 London Euston to Northampton service will stop at Bushey to let customers disembark only.

Saturday 4 June

Trains are expected to be busier than usual, particularly between Birmingham New Street / Northampton / Milton Keynes Central – London Euston.

Evening services departing London Euston will be extremely busy. Please plan your journey carefully and consider travelling earlier or staying over to avoid extremely busy services.

Queueing systems will be in place during busier times to help keep you safe.

Due to early morning engineering work, the 00:35 London Euston to Northampton service will stop at Bushey to let customers disembark only.

Sunday 5 June

Trains are expected to be busier than usual, particularly between Birmingham New Street / Northampton / Milton Keynes Central – London Euston.

Early morning engineering work will be taking place between London Euston and Northampton. As a result, until 07:35:

Train services from London Euston to Northampton will run between Bletchley and Northampton only, with replacement buses operating between London Euston and Bletchley.

Trains from Milton Keynes Central to London Euston will not run. Replacement buses will operate between Northampton / Milton Keynes Central and Watford Junction. You are advised to travel on London Overground services from Watford Junction to London Euston.

London Overground

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, subject to the following planned engineering work.

After 23:15, due to engineering work, no trains will run between Bethnal Green and Enfield Town / Cheshunt. Replacement buses will run between Hackney Downs and Enfield Town / Cheshunt. Use local bus services for Cambridge Heath and London Fields.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, subject to the following planned engineering work.

After 20:00, due to engineering work, there will be minor changes to train arrival and departure times at London Euston.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, subject to the following planned engineering work.

Until 12:00, due to engineering work, there will be minor changes to train arrival and departure times at London Euston.

Lumo

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Merseyrail

 

Merseyrail's guide to Queen's Platinum Jubilee Weekend Events is available here.

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Northern

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, subject to the engineering work below.

Engineering work will be taking place at and around Manchester Victoria. As a result buses will replace trains between:

  • Wigan Wallgate and Kirkby
  • Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge.

     

Friday 3 June

Normal service, subject to the engineering work below.

Engineering work will be taking place at and around Manchester Victoria. As a result buses will replace trains between:

  • Wigan Wallgate and Kirkby
  • Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge
  • Manchester Victoria and Salford Central
  • Manchester Victoria and Rochdale (direct and all stations via Moston).

         

In addition to the above buses running:

  • Manchester Victoria to Chester via Warrington Bank Quay and peak-time services between Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Victoria will not run
  • Between 00:01 and 07:00, all South Manchester services (services to/from Manchester Piccadilly including to/from Manchester Airport) will not run, and limited rail replacement transport will run.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, subject to the engineering work below.

Engineering work will be taking place at and around Manchester Victoria. As a result buses will replace trains between:

  • Wigan Wallgate and Kirkby
  • Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge
  • Manchester Victoria and Salford Central
  • Manchester Victoria and Rochdale (direct and all stations via Moston).
     

In addition to the above buses running, the Manchester Victoria to Chester via Warrington Bank Quay and peak-time services between Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Victoria will not run

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, subject to the engineering work below.

Engineering work will be taking place at and around Manchester Victoria. As a result buses will replace trains between:

  • Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge
  • Manchester Victoria and Salford Central
  • Manchester Victoria and Rochdale (direct and all stations via Moston).

       

Engineering work will be taking place in the Wakefield Westgate area. As a result, buses will replace trains between Wakefield Westgate and Doncaster.

ScotRail

 

Anderston station will be closed throughout the Platinum Jubilee weekend due to long term works. Services at Drumry station will also be affected by long term improvement work.

ScotRail have introduced a temporary timetable, which will continue through the Platinum Jubilee weekend. More details are available here.

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal Saturday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal Sunday service, there is no planned engineering work.

South Western Railway

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal Saturday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal Sunday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Southeastern

 

Southeastern's guide to Queen's Platinum Jubilee Weekend Events is available here.

Thursday 2 June

Engineering work will be taking place between Lewisham and Hayes. As a result, buses will be replacing trains between those stations. The buses will call additionally at Beckenham Junction to connect with train services to and from London Victoria.  

Due to overnight engineering work on the Southeastern network:

  • From 00:40 until the end of Wednesday night's service, buses will replace trains between Lewisham and Dartford via Woolwich Arsenal.
  • 22:25 London Victoria to Ramsgate via Maidstone East service will be replaced by a bus between Minster and Ramsgate.
  • 22:40 London Charing Cross to Ramsgate will be replaced by a bus between Dover Priory and Ramsgate.
  • 23:40 London Charing Cross to Dover Priory will be diverted between London Bridge and Ashford International to run via Maidstone East. Replacement buses will run between Tonbridge and Headcorn, and Headcorn and Ashford International.

 

Friday 3 June

Engineering work will be taking place between Lewisham and Hayes. As a result, buses will be replacing trains between those stations. The buses will call additionally at Beckenham Junction to connect with train services to and from London Victoria. 

Due to overnight engineering work on the Southeastern network:

  • From midnight until the end of Thursday night's service, trains between London Cannon Street and Dartford via Greenwich will be diverted to run via Lewisham / Bexleyheath instead. Replacement buses will run between Lewisham and Dartford / Charlton via Greenwich.
  • From 00:40 to the end of Thursday night's service, buses will replace trains between Lewisham and Dartford via Woolwich Arsenal. 

 

Saturday 4 June

Engineering work will be taking place between Lewisham and Hayes. As a result, buses will be replacing trains between those stations. The buses will call additionally at Beckenham Junction to connect with train services to and from London Victoria.  

Sunday 5 June

Engineering work will be taking place between Lewisham and Hayes. As a result, buses will be replacing trains between those stations. The buses will call additionally at Beckenham Junction to connect with train services to and from London Victoria. 

Southern

 

Thursday 2 June

Trains will run to an amended timetable.

Early morning engineering work will take place until 02:30 between Three Bridges and Brighton. As a result, buses will replace very early morning trains between Three Bridges and Worthing / Eastbourne, and also between Haywards Heath and Brighton.

Friday 3 June

Trains will run to an amended timetable. In addition, the following changes will be in place:

  • Additional trains will run on the Tattenham Corner line
  • Services between London Bridge and Beckenham Junction will not run
  • No direct trains will run between London Victoria and Reigate. Buses will be replacing trains between Reigate and Redhill
  • Trains between Clapham Junction and Watford Junction will not run. Customers are advised to use alternative London Overground trains or Southern services between Clapham Junction and London Victoria, London Underground between London Victoria and London Euston and London Northwestern Railway services between London Euston and Watford Junction.

        

Saturday 4 June

Trains will run to an amended timetable. In addition, the following changes will be in place:

  • Services between London Bridge and Beckenham Junction will not run.
  • Services between London Victoria and Reigate will not run. A rail replacement bus service will be in operation between Redhill and Reigate.
  • Services between London Bridge and Caterham will be diverted after Purley, running non-stop to Tattenham Corner. 
  • Trains which usually run between London Bridge and Coulsdon Town will be extended and run to / from Tattenham Corner. 
  • Trains between Clapham Junction and Watford Junction will not run. Customers are advised to use alternative services between Clapham Junction and London Victoria, London Underground between London Victoria and London Euston and London Northwestern Railway services between London Euston and Watford Junction.

        

Sunday 5 June

Normal Sunday service, there is no planned engineering work.

Stansted Express

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Thameslink

 

Thursday 2 June

A Saturday service will operate.

Friday 3 June

A Saturday service will operate.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

​​​​​​​Late night engineering work is taking place between Hitchin and Sandy. After 23:30 trains will not call at Arlesey, buses will run between Hitchin / Biggleswade and Arlesey.

TransPennine Express

 

At the time of writing, industrial action is planned to severely affect TransPennine Express services on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June. Please check back nearer the time.

Thursday 2 June

Due to engineering work closing the line between Stalybridge and Manchester Victoria, trains will be diverted to start from / terminate at Manchester Piccadilly instead.

Due to overnight engineering work, very early morning services between Manchester and Leeds will not call at Huddersfield but will additionally call at Brighouse. Road transport will run between Brighouse and Huddersfield in both directions.

Friday 3 June

Due to engineering work closing the line between Stalybridge and Manchester Victoria, trains will be diverted to start from / terminate at Manchester Piccadilly instead.

Saturday 4 June

Due to engineering work closing the line between Stalybridge and Manchester Victoria, trains will be diverted to start from / terminate at Manchester Piccadilly instead.

An amended service will run on the route between Newcastle and Liverpool Lime Street.

Late night engineering work will be taking place between Leeds and Hull. As a result:

  • 22:30 Manchester Piccadilly to Hull service will terminate at Leeds at 23:31
  • 23:08 Hull to Leeds service will not run.

       

Sunday 5 June

Due to engineering work closing the line between Stalybridge and Manchester Victoria, trains will be diverted to start from / terminate at Manchester Piccadilly instead.

An amended service will run on the route between Newcastle and Liverpool Lime Street.

Early morning engineering work will be taking place between Leeds and Hull. As a result, the 08:08 Hull to Manchester Piccadilly service will start slightly later than usual, at 08:10.

Transport for Wales

 

Thursday 2 June

Due to engineering work between Abercynon and Merthyr Tydfil, buses will be replacing trains between Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil.

Friday 3 June

Due to engineering work between Abercynon and Merthyr Tydfil, buses will be replacing trains between Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil.

Saturday 4 June

Due to engineering work between Abercynon and Merthyr Tydfil, buses will be replacing trains between Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil.

Late night engineering work is taking place between Crewe and Shrewsbury. As a result, the 22:35 Manchester Piccadilly to Shrewsbury service will terminate at Crewe, with a rail replacement bus running from Crewe to Shrewsbury.

Sunday 5 June

Due to engineering work between Abercynon and Merthyr Tydfil, buses will be replacing trains between Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil.

Early morning engineering work is taking place between Crewe and Shrewsbury. As a result:

  • 08:25 Shrewsbury to Crewe train will be replaced by a bus.
  • 09:21 Shrewsbury to Crewe train will be replaced by a bus.
  • 09:55 Shrewsbury to Manchester Piccadilly service will start from Crewe. 

Late night engineering work will be taking place between Cardiff and Bridgend. As a result:

  • 19:30 Manchester Piccadilly to Swansea, 21:16 Carmarthen to Hereford and 21:35 Milford Haven to Cardiff Central services will all be diverted and will arrive at their destinations considerably later than normal. 
  • 22:25 Cardiff Central to Carmarthen service will depart Cardiff Central earlier than usual at 22:00 and will run earlier than usual to Swansea.

West Midlands Railway

 

Thursday 2 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Friday 3 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Saturday 4 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Sunday 5 June

Normal service, there is no planned engineering work.

Last updated:   20 May 2022