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Engineering work means changes to Cotswold Line trains

14 Oct 2019

Cotswold Line passengers are being advised to check the departure times of their trains if travelling on services from London Paddington on Sundays during October and November.

Due to engineering work in the Thames Valley, some trains from London to Worcester, Great Malvern and Hereford will leave London up to 15 minutes earlier than usual on the following Sundays: October 20, October 27, November 10 and November 17.

And overnight track engineering work along the Cotswold Line during the first week of November means that the 21.48 train from London Paddington will terminate at Oxford between Monday, November 4, and Thursday, November 7. A connecting bus service will call at stations between Oxford and Worcester.

A bus will also replace the 21.51 from Hereford to London between Worcester Shrub Hill and Oxford on these four nights.

Click here for details of forthcoming alterations to GWR services due to engineering work.

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