Thousands of people are expected to leave London in the next 24 hours to get away for the long Easter weekend.
But if you're heading West by train, you'll be faced with disruption and longer journeys.
That's because a new station is being built at Reading. Network Rail says passengers will see the benefit of the 900-million pound project, but bosses admit that things won't be running smoothly this weekend.Here's Mike Pearse.
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