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Engineering Works Detail

Sat 5th July 2014 to Sun 13th July 2014
Huyton Blockade

A nine day blockade at Huyton to allow the remodelling of Huyton Junction and electrification work on the Sankey Viaduct and elsewhere.

Saturday 5 July

Buses replace trains Liverpool to Earlestown and Liverpool to St Helens Central.
Liverpool to Manchester Airport trains are cancelled.
Liverpool to Warrington Bank Quay trains are cancelled.
The Liverpool to York / Newcastle service will run between Manchester Victoria and York / Newcastle only.

Sunday 6 July

Buses replace trains Liverpool to Manchester Oxford Road and Liverpool to St Helens Central.
Liverpool to Manchester Airport trains are diverted via the Warrington Central route.
The Liverpool to York / Newcastle service will be diverted to run between Manchester Piccadilly and York / Newcastle.

Monday to Friday

Buses replace trains Liverpool to St Helens Junction and Liverpool to St Helens Central.
Liverpool - Manchester Airport trains are cancelled.
Liverpool to Warrington Bank Quay trains are cancelled.
The Liverpool to York / Newcastle service will run between Manchester Victoria and York / Newcastle only.

Saturday 12 July

Buses replace trains Liverpool to Earlestown and Liverpool to Wigan North Western.
Liverpool to Manchester Airport trains are cancelled.
Liverpool to Warrington Bank Quay trains are cancelled.
The Liverpool to York / Newcastle service will run between Manchester Victoria and York / Newcastle only.

Sunday 13 July

Buses replace trains Liverpool to Manchester Oxford Road and Liverpool to Wigan North Western.
Liverpool to Manchester Airport trains are diverted via the Warrington Central route.
The Liverpool to York / Newcastle service will run between Manchester Victoria and York / Newcastle only. [212]


National Rail
Information on engineering works is mostly provided by National Rail Enquiries. You are advised to check with National Rail Enquiries for the latest updates before travelling.

Timetable alterations for engineering works are published in two different ways: Some appear as Future Engineering Works on the National Rail web site, while others, especially changes for longer periods, are simply incorporated into the published timetables. The latter are harder to spot and may be missing from this list.