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Weekday closure

Between Ely and King's Lynn from Monday 12 to Friday 16 February 2018

Buses will replace trains for five days between Ely and King’s Lynn from Monday 12 to Friday 16 February 2018 with journey times extended.

Network Rail are carrying out essential engineering works between Ely and King's Lynn from 12 to 16 February. A replacement bus service will run in place of trains with journey times extended by up to 90 minutes.

Please check the journey planner nationalrail.co.uk for details of times of trains and buses.

King's Lynn (pdf)

Watlington (pdf)

DownhamMarket (pdf)

Littleport (pdf)

Ely (pdf)

Direct train services between Ely, Cambridge North and London King’s Cross will be reduced to one per hour. There will be no direct train service between Waterbeach and London King’s Cross - a change of trains at Cambridge will be required. Services between Cambridge and London King’s Cross will operate normally.

Cycles

Please note that it will not be possible for replacement buses to carry non-folding or folding bicycles because of the limited luggage space available. Cycle storage space is available at most stations on this route should you with to store a cycle at either end of your train journey during this period.

Customers requiring assistance

If you are planning to travel on services replaced by buses and require assistance, please contact the assisted travel team to discuss your requirements.

Great Northern, Greater Anglia and Network Rail are very sorry for the disruption to your journey while work to replace two railway bridges takes place. The time taken to replace these bridges means that it is not possible to confine the work to weekends. The dates chosen are during school holidays where the number of people travelling is reduced.