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London Northwestern Railway urges passengers to plan journeys ahead of August Bank Holiday engineering work
London Northwestern Railway is urging passengers to plan their journeys carefully ahead of major engineering works taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Network Rail is undertaking an extensive programme of maintenance to improve the reliability of railway infrastructure such as tracks and signals from Saturday 29 August - Monday 31 August.
For passengers using London Northwestern Railway services it means buses will replace trains between Birmingham International and Rugby on all three days and travellers should allow extra time for their journeys. Buses will also replace trains between Crewe and Liverpool South Parkway.
Similarly, no trains will run on West Midlands Railway services between Leamington Spa and Nuneaton, via Coventry, with rail replacement in operation.
Lawrence Bowman, customer experience director for London Northwestern Railway, said: "Network Rail is undertaking a major programme of work and we are urging our customers travelling over the August Bank Holiday weekend to plan their journeys carefully and consider alternative routes.
"Passengers should also remember that face coverings remain mandatory when using public transport, unless exempt on medical grounds, and should be worn on board the train and in the station."
For more information visit www.lnr.uk/plan or follow @LNRailway on Twitter
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West Midlands Trains operates both West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway services.
- London Northwestern Railway services operate between Liverpool and Birmingham, and on the West Coast Main Line to and from London Euston.
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