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Network Rail and Train Operating Companies who run services across the Anglia region are advising rail users to plan ahead as repair and upgrade work will affect some services.
Details of dates and lines affected can be found below:
Network Rail has worked with affected TOCs to ensure minimal impact to passengers, with much of the work planned to take place will be carried out at night.
For more information or check to see how the above work may affect you, please visit National Rail Enquiries’ website.
Network Rail’s route director for Anglia, Ellie Burrows said: “We know that tourism is in high demand this summer and we have planned our work to minimise disruption. The vast majority of our passengers will be able to enjoy travelling by train over the bank holiday period.
“Passengers who are travelling out of the Anglia region should check how their journey might be affected.”
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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