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Temporary changes to Hull Trains services following the rail accident at Hatfield

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Hull Trains

Temporary changes to Hull Trains services following the rail accident at Hatfield

1 October 2000
source Hull Trains
type Press release

note HT05/00

Following Tuesday’s rail accident at Hatfield, there are a number of temporary changes to the published timetable for Hull Trains services between Hull and London Kings Cross.

Until further notice, Hull Trains services between Hull and London will terminate / commence at Peterborough and not London Kings Cross. Customers are advised to change trains and travel between Peterborough and London Kings Cross (and vice-versa) by GNER services. Hull Trains tickets will be valid on GNER services while these alternative arrangements are in place.

Hull Trains will be operating the following temporary service (Mondays – Fridays) until the line is restored in the Hatfield area:

Depart Depart Depart Depart
Hull 06.20 12.09 Peterboro' 09.24 17.01
Brough 06.32 12.21 Grantham 09.46 17.23
Selby 06.52 12.42 Retford - -
Doncaster 07.10 13.00 Doncaster 10.23 18.00
Retford 07.31 - Selby 10.40 18.17
Grantham 07.54 13.35 Brough 11.00 18.36
Peterboro’ 08.21a 14.11a Hull 11.16a 18.53a
a = arrival time

The 10.36 London Kings Cross to Hull and 16.30 Hull to London Kings Cross services are both cancelled while the temporary service remains in place.

Similar arrangements will apply for Saturday services, but alternative timings have not yet been finalised.

Hull Trains apologises to passengers for the inconvenience caused by these alternative arrangements. More information on train times is available from National Rail Enquiries by calling 08457 48 49 50.

Editors note

For further details about this press release, please call the Hull Trains press office on 01473 693929, or leave a message for our duty press officer by calling 07659 110917. We’ll return your call as soon as possible. Alternatively, contact the Press Office by email.

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