Train passengers warned of disruption across the network over Easter
Network Rail are carrying out over 400 projects over the 4 day weekend
Anyone planning an Easter getaway by train is being urged to plan their journeys in advance due to engineering work.
Network Rail will carry out 420 projects costing £113 million between Good Friday and Easter Monday, disrupting services on some major routes.
The West Coast Main Line will be closed north of Crewe, meaning trains between London Euston and Glasgow Central/Edinburgh will begin and terminate at the Cheshire town.
Preparatory work for HS2 and track renewal will lead to a reduced timetable between London Euston and Watford Junction, Tring, Milton Keynes and Northampton.
London Fenchurch Street will be closed, while on Easter Sunday there will be amended services out of London Paddington.
Buses will replace trains between Bedford and Market Harborough on Easter Saturday, and between Luton and Market Harborough on Easter Sunday.Published: by Radio NewsHub