Posts Tagged ‘flooding’

No East Coast Services between Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed due to flooding

TweetFollowing the exceptional thunderstorms which affected the area around Newcastle yesterday, there are no East Coast train services today (Friday 29th June 2012) between Newcastle and Edinburgh. It is hoped that services will resume tomorrow, Saturday 30th June. Tickets dated either Thursday 28th June or Friday 29th June will be accepted on East Coast trains [...]

Flooding causing major problems between Preston and Lancaster

TweetFlooding is causing disruption to rail services near Penrith, and a signalling problem caused by flooding is causing further disruption between Preston and Lancaster. Due to these flooding problems, Virgin and First Transpennine Express trains between Preston and Carlisle are being delayed by up to 2 hours. These delays are expected to continue until approximately [...]

Flooding delaying trains between Edinburgh and Newcastle

TweetFlooding is causing disruption at Drem. As a result, there are delays of up to 20 minutes to train services between Edinburgh and Newcastle. These delays will continue until further notice. ScotRail trains are being replaced by buses between Prestonpans and North Berwick.

Flooding delaying trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street and Dunblane

TweetFlooding in Scotland is causing disruption to signals at Linlithgow on Thursday 11th August. Delays are expected until further notice. The following train service alterations are in place. Edinburgh – Dunblane A reduced hourly service is operating between Edinburgh and Dunblane Trains depart Edinburgh at 03 minutes past the hour Trains depart Dunblane at 28 [...]

No Glasgow Central trains between Exhibition Centre and Rutherglen due to flooding

TweetFlooding is causing disruption at Dalmarnock this evening – 10th August. As a result of the flooding, the following train service alterations will apply until further notice: Trains will run between: Motherwell and Lanark Glasgow Central High Level and Larkhall via Hamilton Glasgow Central High Level and Motherwell via Bellshill Milngavie and Anniesland No trains [...]

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