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Engineering Works Detail

Sat 30th September 2017 to Sun 22nd October 2017
Liverpool Lime Street Remodelling

Services at Liverpool Lime Street will severely limited for three weeks:

Saturday 30 September
Buses Lime Street - St Helens Central and Lime Street - Manchester Victoria. No trains at all at Lime Street.

Sunday 01 October
Buses Lime Street - St Helens Central and Lime Street - Manchester Oxford Road. No trains at all at Lime Street.

Monday 02 to Sunday 08 October
Buses Lime Street - St Helens Central and Lime Street - St Helens Jn. No trains at all at Lime Street.

Monday 09 to Saturday 14 October
Revised service with two trains an hour Lime Street to Wigan, one of which continues to Preston, and two trains an hour Lime Street to Manchester Victoria. It looks like these will be the only trains at Lime Street. After about 20:00, buses between Lime Street and Huyton.

Sunday 15 October
One train an hour between Lime Street and Manchester Airport, and one train an hour between Lime Street and Preston.

Monday 16 to Friday 20 October
Revised service with two trains an hour Lime Street to Wigan, one of which continues to Preston, and two trains an hour Lime Street to Manchester Victoria. It looks like these will be the only trains at Lime Street. After about 20:00, buses between Lime Street and Huyton.

Saturday 21 October
Two trains an hour all stations Huyton to/from Wigan, one of which is extended to Preston; and two trains an hour to/from Manchester Oxford Road, one of which is fast between Newton and Oxford Road. No trains at all at Lime Street.

Sunday 22 October
One train an hour each way between Huyton and Manchester Airport, and one train an hour each way between Huyton and Preston. No trains at all at Lime Street. [456]


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.