Services on some of Britain’s busiest rail routes will be suspended during the Easter weekend due to engineering work. Network Rail will be carrying out more than 400 projects as part of a £118 million investment.
Passengers travelling between London and Scotland on the West Coast Main Line between Saturday 31st March and Monday 2nd April will be required to use replacement buses between Glasgow and either Carlisle or Preston, depending on the day of travel.
London Euston – the UK’s fifth busiest station – will be closed on Sunday 1st April, with a reduced service on the previous and following day.
Significant work in the Bristol area means no trains will run between Bristol Parkway, Bristol Temple Meads and Yatton/Bath Spa from Friday 30th March to Tuesday 3rd April.
There will also be disruption to services between London Liverpool Street and Norwich, as well as routes serving London Paddington.