Weekend disruption to rail services

TRAIN passengers are set to face disruption to their journeys this Bank Holiday weekend.There will be changes to train services operated by rail operator 'one' due to various engineering work projects being carried out by Network Rail over the weekend.

TRAIN passengers are set to face disruption to their journeys this Bank Holiday weekend.

There will be changes to train services operated by rail operator 'one' due to various engineering work projects being carried out by Network Rail over the weekend.

Engineering work taking place between Gidea Park and Chelmsford will mean that services between London and Chelmsford/Witham/Colchester will be replaced by buses between Romford and Chelmsford, operating to a revised timetable between Liverpool Street and Romford.

Connecting trains will run between Chelmsford and Colchester/Clacton/Ipswich.

Shuttle train services will operate on the Braintree (between Witham and Braintree) and Harwich (between Manningtree and Harwich) branches.

Mainline Intercity services between London and Colchester/Ipswich/Norwich will be replaced by buses between Liverpool Street and Colchester.

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Due to engineering work taking place between Peterborough and Bury St. Edmunds, Ipswich to Peterborough services will be replaced by buses between these stations.

On Bank Holiday Monday, train services on all 'one' routes will run as a Sunday service.

A spokesman for the company said 'one' and Network Rail apologises for any inconvenience caused by these works and advised customers to check amended timetable information at stations.

Alternatively they can visit the website at www.onerailway.com or call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.

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