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The rail strike map shows which rail lines will be affected next week

Avanti West Coast: A quarter of normal time between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Routes including North Wales, Stoke and Edinburgh are not served at all. Ticket sales suspended between Tuesday and Sunday.

C2C: Less than a third of normal services between 7.30am and 6.30pm. Two trains per hour from London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness via Laindon/Pitsea via Rainham. No trains via Ockendon or Chafford Hundred.

Caledonian Sleeper: All departures between Monday and Friday are cancelled.

Chiltern Railway: No trains north of Banbury or to Oxford between Tuesday and Saturday. “Most routes” are closed on strike days.

cross country: “Significantly reduced service” on strike days.

East Midlands Railway: Reduced service between Tuesday and Sunday of one train per hour in each direction on most routes.

Gatwick Express: Services will be “heavily disrupted” between Tuesday and Saturday.

Grand Central: “Restricted service” on strike days.

Great North: Timetables for strike days have not been published, but many stations and routes will be closed.

Great Western Railway: Services “severely impacted” between Tuesday and Saturday.

Greater Anglia: On strike days, no trains run on regional and branch lines. “Very Limited Service” on some routes to and from London Liverpool Street.

Heathrow Express: Reduced frequency with later first moves and earlier last moves.

Hull trains: On strike days, trains only operate between Doncaster and London King’s Cross.

London North East Railway: Around 38% of the usual service levels are planned.

London Northwest Railway: Service on strike day “very limited”. Includes two trains per hour between London Euston and Northampton, one per hour between Birmingham New Street and Northampton. No trains between London Euston and Crewe.

Lumo: There will be “some disruptions” to services during the week.

Mersey Rail: “Significant impact” expected.

North: Passengers asked not to travel between Tuesday and Sunday. Services have been suspended “on most routes” on strike days and “significant impact” on non-strike days.

Scotland: There are no trains north of Glasgow or Edinburgh on strike days. Two trains per hour between towns via Falkirk.

Südwestbahn: On strike days between 7:15am and 6:30pm “seriously reduced service” on some routes. Four trains per hour between London Waterloo and Woking, two per hour between London Waterloo and Basingstoke.

Southeast: Most stations and routes closed on strike days, elsewhere “seriously reduced service”.

South: Timetables for strike days not published, but station and line closures expected.

Stansted Express: Reduced frequency with later first moves and earlier last moves.

Thames Link: Timetables for strike days not published, but station and line closures expected.

TransPennine Express: “Significant reduction in available services” on strike days. Stations such as Middlesbrough, Scarborough and Selby are closed. Interruptions are expected on non-strike days.

Transport for Wales: Most lines are closed on strike days, elsewhere with reduced frequency.

West Midlands Railway: “Significant impact on train traffic” on strike days. “Very limited service” on Wednesday and Friday.

https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/15/rail-strike-map-reveals-which-train-lines-will-be-affected-next-week-16835395/ The rail strike map shows which rail lines will be affected next week

Justin Scacco

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