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Train information ready for Christmas
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date
1 December 2000
source ATOC
type Press release



National Rail operators plan to have timetable information for services leading up to Christmas available to passengers by Monday.

ATOC Director General, George Muir, said: "22 operators have already input their Christmas services into the rail database and this will be available on Monday. The other operators will be entering their Christmas details as soon as possible.

"Passengers will be able to access this information by either calling National Rail Enquiries or checking the various rail company web sites. This information will not be published in one national book, although individual train companies may publish details of their own services."

With Railtrack engineering works continuing over the next four weekends and higher-speed limits, services may be altered. Changes are likely to include extra services being added to the Christmas timetable. Train companies likely to have timetable modifications are the ones using the routes out of London to Norwich, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Sheffield and the West Country.

Long distance operators are now taking bookings leading up to Christmas on services that they know will be running.

ENDS

For more information call the ATOC Press Office on 020 7904 3010

Note to editors

Operators with finalised Christmas timetable. Eurostar, Connex South Eastern, Connex South Central, Gatwick Express, South West Trains, Island Line, Thames Trains, Heathrow Express, Chiltern Railways, Silverlink, Thameslink, WAGN - West Anglia route, c2c, ScotRail, Northern Spirit, First North Western, Merseyrail Electrics, Central Trains, Wales & West Passenger Train Services (all routes except West of England), Valley Lines, Midland Main Line, First Great Western.

Operators with Christmas timetables, but changes can be expected as track renewal work is completed and speed restrictions lifted. GNER, Anglia Railways, Hull Trains, Virgin West Coast, Virgin Cross Country, Wales & West - West of England routes, WAGN - Great Northern, First Great Eastern.

Website information can be collected from.

www.railtrack.co.uk
www.thetrainline.com
www.nationalrail.co.uk


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