Rail passengers facing disruption in and out of London over the Easter weekend
- Credit: Archant
Passengers travelling to and from London are advised to check before they leave due to a number of planned disruptions.
Network Rail has announced the routes in and out of the capital that will be affected.
Euston will suffer the most disruption with no Virgin or London Midland services.
First Great Western trains into Paddington will have some services affected, with some trains starting and finishing at Waterloo.
There will be no Southeastern services in or out of both Charing Cross and Cannon Street. These will be diverted to Victoria or Blackfriars.
Great Anglia Mainline trains between Norwich and Liverpool Street will have rail replacement services in place.
The good news is there is no planned disruption for trains in and out of Kings Cross.
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This includes Great Northern services which run through Stevenage, Knebworth, Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, Welham Green, Brookmans Park and Potters Bar.
St Pancras International is also unaffected.
The works are a continuation of Network Rail’s programme of essential improvement works across the country, which will allow more trains to run, at higher speeds and improve the reliability of Britain’s rail network.