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Chiltern Railways warn of late start-up and busy services on Sunday 2 April

Chiltern Railways is warning customers to check before they travel on Sunday 2 April and to expect busier services. 

An amended timetable will be in operation due to engineering works resulting in the partial closure of the railway between Birmingham New Street and London Euston, and further engineering works between Oxford and Didcot Parkway. The Papa John’s Trophy Final is also taking place at Wembley Stadium.  

Lengthened trains will be in operation between London Marylebone and Birmingham Moor Street for most of the day, but they will start later than usual and are likely to be very busy. Trains are expected to start between 9AM-10AM. Some of these services will have additional calls at Wembley Stadium. 


Rail replacement buses will be in operation for journeys to/from Kings Sutton, Warwick, Hatton, Lapworth and stations between Amersham and Aylesbury Vale Parkway.  

Chiltern Railways strongly advise customers to triple-check their journey before they travel on 2 April and ensure they are aware of the first service of the day.  

Customers can visit the Chiltern Railways website or app for further information.  

Photo credit: Chiltern Railways

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