Doncaster rail passengers warned of reduced East Coast service this weekend due to engineering work

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Doncaster rail passengers face a reduced service on the East Coast Main Line this weekend as the next stage of £1.2 billion improvement works takes place.

Fewer trains will enter and exit London King’s Cross as work continues this Saturday and Sunday.

On five weekends, there will be a reduced service and on Saturday, 25 and Sunday, 26 January and Saturday, 29 February and Sunday, 1 March no trains will be able to call at the station. This is to allow workers to carry out upgrades to signalling, power supply and track.

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Passengers are urged to plan their journey and as there are fewer services, those which do run are expected to be busier than normal, so passengers should book if possible.

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Once complete, the East Coast Upgrade will offer more and fasterservices, faster services, improved reliability and more seats.

Other dates when there will be a reduced service are:

January 11-12

January 18-19

February 8-9

February 15-16

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