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King’s Cross closure to halt all trains between Peterborough and London

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Planned engineering work for the East Coast Upgrade will quickly have an effect on the London King’s Cross to Peterborough practice route.

No trains will run between Peterborough and King’s Cross from the afternoon of June 4 to June 6.

Additionally, no trains will run to or from London St Pancras through Finsbury Park from Friday June 4 to Sunday 6.

This will lead to important disruption to each LNER and Thameslink companies between Peterborough and London.

LNER customers have been suggested not to journey between Peterborough and London all through the weekend.

LNER companies will terminate at Peterborough and St Neots on June 4 and no companies will run south of Grantham on June 5 or June 6, due to the engineering work.

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Customers aiming to journey between Peterborough and London throughout the three days are urged to verify their journeys, which would require alternate routes or totally different strategies of journey.

Changes to Great Northern and Thameslink companies:

Friday June 4:

  • All day, there will probably be no trains between Finsbury Park and St Pancras International.

  • Thameslink companies between Brighton and Cambridge and between Horsham and Peterborough will as a substitute run to and from London Bridge.

  • From round lunchtime for the remainder of the day, trains gained’t run between Finsbury Park and London King’s Cross. Passengers ought to use on-line journey planners to verify the instances of the final trains to and from London King’s Cross.

  • Passengers will probably be ready to use London Underground between Finsbury Park and King’s Cross St Pancras to full their journeys.

  • Trains to and from Moorgate will run to an amended timetable.

  • Thameslink trains between Bedford and St Pancras International will run as regular

Saturday June 5:

  • Before 06:00, buses will exchange trains between Finsbury Park and Welwyn Garden City /Stevenage through Hertford North/Hitchin.

  • Trains gained’t run between Finsbury Park and London King’s Cross or London St Pancras International all day

  • Passengers will probably be ready to use London Underground between Finsbury Park and Kings Cross St Pancras to full their journey.

  • Trains to and from Moorgate will run to an amended timetable.

Sunday June 6:

  • Before 07:10, buses will exchange trains between Finsbury Park and Potters Bar/Gordon Hill.

  • Before 10:45, buses will exchange trains between Huntingdon and Peterborough.

  • All day, there will probably be no trains between Finsbury Park and London King’s Cross/London St Pancras International.

  • Passengers will probably be ready to use London Underground between Finsbury Park and King’s Cross St Pancras to full their journey.

  • Trains to and from Moorgate will run to an amended timetable.

The LNER journey replace for June 4-6:

Significant disruption with LNER companies terminating at Peterborough and St Neots on Friday June 4 and no LNER companies south of Grantham on Saturday 5 or Sunday June 6.

There may also be no trains to/ from London King’s Cross Station or to/ from London St Pancras Station through Finsbury Park.

Substantial deliberate disruption due to works to full the set up of a brand new tunnel at Werrington, north of Peterborough, and to full observe and platform work at London King’s Cross.

These upgrades will enhance reliability and permit sooner acceleration and deceleration of the Azuma trains.

After 2pm on Friday June 4, these selecting to journey will want to switch at St Neots for rail alternative companies to Bedford for Thameslink companies to London St Pancras International.

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On Saturday 5 and Sunday June 6, these selecting to journey will want to switch at Grantham for rail alternative companies to Corby for East Midlands Railway companies to London St Pancras International.

Rail alternative journey instances will probably be substantial.

There may also be no connecting trains between Melton Mowbray and Peterborough from Friday 4 to Sunday June 6.

Overall journey instances will probably be considerably longer and ought to be prevented wherever doable.

Alternative routes will seemingly be very busy and must also be prevented. There can also be main engineering work on the West Coast Mainline, extra particulars on the National Rail Enquiries Future engineering work web page.

Station particular journey recommendation is offered at www.EastCoastUpgrade.co.uk .

If you want to journey you’ll be able to create a Ticket Alert for these dates.

You will need to have a seat reservation to journey on LNER trains.

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