THE AUTUMN LEAF FALL TIMETABLE

1st October 2012 - 14th October 2012

The Autumn Leaf Fall Timetable for the Mid Cheshire Line starts on Monday 1st October ....

As usual, most trains are retimed to leave Chester 4 minutes earlier to give them more time to reach Stockport.

The first train from Chester on Monday to Friday is retimed to run 4 minutes earlier (the train leaves Chester at 06.01 rather than 06.05). The next three Monday to Friday departures from Chester, the 06.35, 06.59 and 07.35, remain the same but trains from the 08.07 (new time 08.03) from Chester onwards run 4 minutes earlier.

They leave every station between Chester and Navigation Road (inclusive) 4 minutes earlier.

The last train remains at 22.48 from Chester except from 22nd to 26th October (inclusive) when it departs Chester at 22.44 (and terminates at Stockport due to engineering work). The timings of trains going towards Chester are not affected except that trains are booked to arrive into Chester a few minutes later than currently.

Train times will “go back to normal” from the start of the new national rail timetable on Sunday 9th December.      

Click here to download the new timetable         

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