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Engineering Works Detail
Sat 16th January 2016 to Sun 17th January 2016
Engineering Works West Of Manchester
Arriva Trains Wales
On Saturday, buses replace trains between Warrington Bank Quay and Manchester Piccadilly.
On Sunday, trains are diverted between Chester and Manchester Piccadilly running non stop.
First TransPennine Express
Trains from Liverpool Lime Street to Newcastle will run between Manchester Victoria and York.
Trains from Newcastle to Liverpool Lime Street will start from York and are diverted after Manchester Victoria to terminate at Blackpool North calling at Bolton and Preston.
Trains between Glasgow Central / Edinburgh and Manchester Airport are replaced by buses between Preston and Manchester Airport.
Trains between Blackpool North and Manchester Airport are diverted to run between Blackpool North and Manchester Victoria and will be extended to run to / from York.
Trains between Barrow-in-Furness / Windermere and Manchester Piccadilly will run to an amended timetable with most trains only running between Barrow-in-Furness / Windermere and Preston / Lancaster.
Trains between Southport and Manchester Airport are diverted and will run between Southport and Manchester Victoria.
Trains between Blackpool North and Hazel Grove will run between Blackpool North and Manchester Victoria and between Manchester Oxford Road and Hazel Grove.
On Saturday, trains between Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Victoria are replaced by buses between Earlestown and
On Sunday, trains between Southport and Hazel Grove will be replaced by buses between Stockport and Hazel Grove.
On Sunday, trains between Manchester Airport and Liverpool Lime Street diverted to run between Liverpool Lime Street and Wigan North Western via Earlestown.
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.