Storm Arwen: Transport for Wales resumes trains
Services are returning to normal.
Please check the following websites for the latest information: –
Check Live Train Route Status Updates | TfW
Transport for Wales JourneyCheck – Train schedules and real-time information on delays / cancellations / disruptions.
Storm Arwen hits Britain and disrupts travel across the country, here are the latest travel tips.
Various no-travel advisories have been issued as high winds, rain and snow hit the country.
For the most up-to-date travel information, please check with your train operator or National Rail Inquiries.
The line is currently closed between Edinburgh and Newcastle, with trains terminating in Newcastle or York.
The line between Bridlington and Scarborough is closed until at least noon. Northern also operates a reduced train service between Skipton and Leeds.
The line between Bolton and Blackburn is closed due to debris on the runway.
Passengers are advised not to travel on ScotRail services on these lines at this time:
- Inverness – Wick
- Inverness – Kyle of Lochalsh
- Inverness – Edinburgh / Glasgow Queen Street
- Inverness – Aberdeen
- Aberdeen – Edinburgh / Glasgow Queen Street
- Glasgow Queen Street / Edinburgh – Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa
- Glasgow Queen Street – Edinburgh Via Falkirk High and Falkirk Grahamston
- Glasgow Queen Street – Oban / Fort William / Mallaig
- Circle of Fife.
- Edinburgh – Arbroath
- Edinburgh – Dundee
- Edinburgh – Tweedbank
- Edinburgh – North Berwick / Dunbar
- Kilmarnock – Dumfries
- Dalmuir – Motherwell / Cumbernauld – Will be diverted (no service via Hamilton)
- Dalmuir – Larkhall – Finish and start over in Newton
Transport for Wales resumed rail services after the previous suspension, but the operator warns of a number of closures:
- Trains between Shrewsbury and Gobowen may be canceled because a tree blocks the tracks
- Wales train transport between Shrewsbury and Birmingham International may be disrupted due to the availability of resources.
- Trees on the line between Swansea and Cardiff mean trains may be canceled, delayed or revised.
- Trains between Carmarthen and Cardiff may be canceled.
- A tree blocks the railway line between Chester and Wrexham General.
- Trains between Wrexham General and Bidston may be canceled
- Severe weather affects trains between Cardiff and Radyr, trains are currently canceled
- All lines are closed between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog
- Services between Cardiff Central and Ebbw Vale Town may be canceled. All lines are closed.
- A tree blocks the line between Severn Tunnel Junction and Gloucester.
- All lines are closed between Shrewsbury and Aberystwyth
- Trains between Shrewsbury and Holyhead are disrupted as all lines are closed.
- All lines are closed between Machynlleth and Pwllheli.
Tyne and Wear Metro have suspended services on their network
A number of downed trees affect services in South West England
Rachel Heath, Operations Delivery Manager at Network Rail Wales & Borders, said: “Slowing our passenger journeys is the last thing we want to do, but the safety of our customers and colleagues is our top priority.
“We have yellow and orange weather warnings in place over much of Wales with very strong winds expected in coastal areas.
“Our engineers will be ready to repair any damage caused by Storm Arwen, doing everything possible to keep services moving, but we apologize for any delays and disruptions this weekend.”
Kathryn O’Brien, Director of Customer Experience for TransPennine Express, said: “We are expecting extremely difficult travel conditions tonight and into the early hours of tomorrow, but we will do everything we can to keep our customers on the move. where travel is possible.
“However, customers should be aware that disruptions can be widespread and, with Network Rial having imposed speed restrictions on much of the rail network, delays and cancellations are likely on all routes.”
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