Service alteration details

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Amended LNER service until Friday 11 February

Incident created
22/12/2021 13:13
Last updated
20/01/2022 04:12
Route affected

LNER services across the railway network

TOC(s) affected

LNER has made a small number of pre-planned cancellations as a result of COVID related resource shortfalls. This affects a small number of weekday services between Leeds and London and Lincoln and London. These cancellations will run through to Friday 11 February. There may be short notice changes on the day due to unplanned staff absence and passengers are advised to check before travelling. Weekend services are already affected by pre-planned engineering work and service amends are all reflected in the timetable.

LNER will publish their latest amended timetables to the LNER website as soon as they are available. 

We are advising that all customers check your journeys before travelling for any short notice changes.

Customer Advice:

If you are affected by these cancellations and still wish to travel, you can travel within 24 hours of your booked train on your original ticket. You will need to reserve a new seat for your chosen service, which you can do so here.

If you are affected by these cancellations and no longer wish to travel, you should apply for a fee free refund via your original point of sale.

Check before you travel:
If you are travelling on weekdays up to and including Friday 4 February, you can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner

If you are travelling from Saturday 5 February onwards, please check back closer towards your intended time of travel.

There are no planned alterations to the timetable on weekends, beyond changes already made for engineering work, so you can check your journey using the Journey Planner.

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You may be entitled to compensation if you experience a delay in completing your journey today. Please keep your train ticket and make a note of your journey, as both will be required to support any claim.

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