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02 April 2020
London Northwestern Railway - Amended timetable from Monday 6 April 2020

From Monday 6 April, we will be changing our timetable, running fewer services in a modular way. This means that we can keep more of our network open for as many people as possible – but still for essential journeys only.

Timetables will be available to download by Friday morning, along with online journey planners showing the most up-to-date information. Below is a summary of our new timetable plan.  

West Midlands Railway

Birmingham New Street lines

Birmingham – Northampton

Birmingham New Street – Northampton, via Coventry (all stations) – hourly (increases to 2 trains per hour from 15 April).

In addition, Avanti West Coast is planning to run hourly between Coventry – Birmingham International – Birmingham New Street – Wolverhampton, and CrossCountry will be running hourly between Leamington Spa – Coventry – Birmingham International – Birmingham New Street – Wolverhampton – Stafford – Stoke-on-Trent.

Cross City (Lichfield - Redditch/Bromsgrove)

Lichfield Trent Valley – Birmingham (all stations) - 2 trains per hour

Birmingham – Barnt Green (all stations) 2 trains per hour

Birmingham – Alvechurch - Redditch – hourly

Birmingham – Bromsgrove – 2 trains an hour

University – Birmingham – 3 trains an hour

CrossCountry is planning to run hourly between University – Birmingham New St

Chase Line (Rugeley/Walsall - Birmingham)

Birmingham – Rugeley Trent Valley (all stations) - hourly

Wolverhampton - Birmingham New Street

Wolverhampton – Birmingham – 3 trains per hour

Wolverhampton – Birmingham, all stations – hourly

Sandwell & Dudley – Wolverhampton / Birmingham – 2 trains per hour

Smethwick Galton Bridge – Wolverhampton / Birmingham – 2 trains per hour

Birmingham New Street - Stafford / Crewe

Birmingham New St – Liverpool, via Penkridge / Stafford / Crewe – hourly

Alsager, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone – no trains will run

CrossCountry is planning to run hourly between Birmingham – Stoke-on-Trent via Stafford

Hereford / Shrewsbury lines

Worcester Shrub Hill – Droitwich Spa – Bromsgrove – University - Birmingham New Street– hourly

Hereford, Ledbury, Colwall, Great Malvern, Malvern Link – no train service

Worcester Foregate St – Birmingham Snow Hill – hourly

Shrewsbury – Wolverhampton (all stations) – Sandwell & Dudley - Birmingham New Street –  hourly

Birmingham Snow Hill lines

Dorridge – Kidderminster, via Birmingham Snow Hill - hourly

Stratford-upon-Avon – Worcester, via Whitlocks End / Birmingham Snow Hill / Droitwich Spa – hourly

Chiltern Railways is planning to run hourly between Leamington Spa –‚Äč Dorridge – Solihull – Birmingham Moor Street

Branch lines

Coventry – Nuneaton – Leamington Spa – hourly.

Stourbridge Town – Stourbridge Junction – 4 trains per hour (starts earlier, finishes later than currently)

CrossCountry is planning to run hourly between Leamington Spa – Coventry

 

London Northwestern Railway

to/from London Euston

Birmingham – no direct LNR trains (use Avanti services or change at Northampton)

Crewe, via Lichfield Trent Valley – hourly between Crewe and Rugby (use Avanti services between London and Rugby)

Northampton - London Euston – 2 trains per hour (all stations)

Birmingham New Street to Northampton via Coventry

Birmingham New Street – Northampton, via Coventry (all stations) – hourly (increases to 2 trains per hour from 15 April)

Birmingham New Street towards the north-west

Birmingham New St – Liverpool, via Penkridge / Stafford / Crewe – hourly

Alsager, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone – no trains will run

Branch lines

Bedford – Bletchley (Marston Vale) –– no train service will run

St Albans Abbey – Watford Junction (The Abbey) - no train service will run

 

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