As work on the East Coast Upgrade continues, temporary timetable changes will be necessary on dates agreed in advance with the train operators.
There will be no trains to or from London King’s Cross, or St Pancras International via Finsbury Park on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November 2020.
Network Rail and train operators on the East Coast Main Line are advising passengers not to travel to or from London on these days.
LNER services to and from the north will start and finish at Peterborough.
Rail replacement coaches will run between Peterborough and Bedford, where passengers can use Thameslink or East Midlands Railway services to and from London St Pancras.
Great Northern and Thameslink services to and from Cambridge and Peterborough will start and finish at Potters Bar.
Limited replacement bus services will run between Potters Bar and St Albans, where passengers can connect with Thameslink services to and from London St Pancras; and between Potters Bar and Oakwood, where passengers can connect with London Underground services to and from central London. Potters Bar station and these alternative arrangements both offer step-free accessibility.
On the Hertford North line, services from Stevenage will run no further south than Gordon Hill on Saturday 21 November, and there will be no train service at all on this route on Sunday 22 November. Rail replacement buses will link closed stations on both days with Turnpike Lane, where passengers can connect with London Underground services to and from central London. Please note neither Gordon Hill or Turnpike Lane currently offer step-free access.
Hull Trains will run a special amended service between Hull and London St Pancras.
No Grand Central services will run between Bradford and London King’s Cross or York and London King’s Cross on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November.
Additionally, on 14 & 15, 21 & 22 and 28 & 29 November, the East Coast Main Line will be closed at Grantham. A reduced service will run, diverted between Doncaster and Peterborough via Lincoln, which will extend journey times.
On Sundays 15, 22 and 29 November there will also be no train service on the Hertford North line.
Full details of alternative arrangements for people who need to travel will appear here soon.
You will also be able to find more detailed travel information for your journey on the train company’s websites: