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Plan an adventure up north from Leeds and York to Edinburgh and Inverness

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Timetable Changes Monday, 17 February

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Do not travel to or from London on Saturday 29 February and Sunday 1 March

There will be no trains to and from London King’s Cross on the 29 February and 1 March because of Network Rail track upgrade work. We strongly advise you DO NOT TRAVEL TO OR FROM LONDON.

There will be no trains south of Peterborough for connecting travel. For more information, click here.

These changes are reflected in the timetables when planning your journey or booking your ticket using the online booking engine.

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