People who are planning on travelling over Easter Weekend and the early May bank holiday are being warned of disruption to train services.
The advice is to plan ahead as Network Rail engineers carry out major work on the West Coast main line.
Engineering work between Good Friday (19 April) to Easter Monday (22 April):
- Work to improve points and rail replacement at Milnthorpe in South Lakeland.
- Track foundation improvements at Upperby in Carlisle.
Engineering work early May bank holiday between Saturday 4 May to Monday 6 May:
- Closure of the West Coast main line closed between Crewe and Carlisle. Numerous projects will be taking place including track and overhead line maintenance and track renewal between Crewe and Carlisle.
London Euston Station will be closed with no trains travelling in or out of the main line on those days.
Alternative routes, longer travel times and busier trains are expected whilst the work is being completed.
Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information and to plan your journey.