London Marylebone rail station closed this Sunday!

London Marylebone
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Train operating company, Chiltern Railways, is reminding its passengers that London Marylebone will be closed this Sunday, 10th June, for track improvement work to take place.

This does mean that passengers may experience longer journeys than normal, this is due to an amended timetable being in operation

Please do check before you travel this weekend.

Below is the key information for the closure (from the Chiltern Railways website):

  • Two trains per hour between Birmingham Snow Hill/Moor Street and stations to London Paddington (via High Wycombe).
  • Two trains per hour between Oxford and stations to High Wycombe; connections forward to London Paddington.
  • A train every hour will operate between Aylesbury and stations to West Ruislip (via High Wycombe) for London Underground connections to central London.
  • A train every hour will operate between Aylesbury Vale Parkway and stations to Amersham for London Underground connections forward to Baker Street.
  • Leamington Spa – Stratford Upon Avon services will be replaced by buses.
  • Hatton and Lapworth will be served by rail replacement buses to/from Warwick Parkway and Dorridge.
  • Customers travelling between London, Bicester Village and stations to Oxford will need to travel from London Paddington and change trains at High Wycombe. If returning to London, customers can change at High Wycombe for connecting trains to London Paddington.
  • Chiltern Railways customers tickets will be accepted on the following London Underground routes: the Metropolitan line between Amersham and Baker Street, Bakerloo line between London Paddington and Oxford Circus and the Central line between West Ruislip and Oxford Circus.
What did the officials say?

Alan Riley, Customer Services Director at Chiltern Railways said:

“When railway upgrades take place, we do our best to minimise the impact to our customers by giving our customers as much information as possible and by having additional staff to help at stations.

“If you are travelling this Sunday, please make sure you check your train times carefully by visiting our website or by speaking to a member of staff at your station.”

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