Due to the coronavirus pandemic, train times from other train operating companies were not confirmed at the time of publication of the below timetables and are subject to change at short notice. Please check online journey planners before you travel for up-to-date service information.

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Download, view and print PDF timetables at the bottom of the page for each of our national and regional routes. Pick up printed timetables at stations around our network.

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September 7th Changes

We will be reintroducing 76 more services each weekday, providing 97% of or pre-coronavirus timetable. We know that being on time is just as important as the number of services, this is why we have been working closely with Network Rail to look at areas where we can improve punctuality. To help keep our services running on time, we have introduced a number of further local changes to train times. Detailed information of the changes can be found here.

Social Distancing on Board

Our September 7th timetable has been designed to maximise social distancing.

We're also analysing customer travel patterns and continue to keep our Seat Finder Tool updated with the latest data. You can use the tool to quickly check how busy your train is likely to be based on recent averages. We request that you try to travel at quieter times where possible.

Use our seat finder tool

In addition to checking for quieter trains in advance of travelling we will also keep you updated on the day. We're monitoring social distancing closely at all times and in the event of a train or station being reported as reaching optimum social distancing capacity we'll let you know in real time via our Rainbow Boards as well as the Plan & Buy journey planner on the EMR app.

If the train you are planning to use is running at optimum capacity, please consider using an alternative service.

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