Thameslink warns of limited and cancelled trains

PUBLISHED: 16:21 02 March 2018

Thameslink is warning of snow-related delays and cancellations.

Thameslink is warning of snow-related delays and cancellations.


Thameslink is warning rail users that services may be “very limited” or there may be “no service at all on some routes”.

Thameslink is urging people to travel as “early as possible” today.

Adding: “The Met Office have issued weather warnings for snow and ice across our network.

“We plan to operate a very limited service after this time [mid afternoon], with no service at all on some routes.

“We will not be able to provide alternative transport such as replacement buses due to hazardous road conditions.

“Please consider if your journey is necessary before travelling and take extra care whilst moving around our stations and when getting on and off of trains as surfaces may be slippery.

“Restrictions on tickets have been lifted today.”


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