MARCH 2016 BUS REPLACEMENTS

On Sunday 13th March 2016 until 1700hrs:

There is engineering work taking place between Helsby / Mouldsworth and Chester with all lines closed.

On the Mid Cheshire Line buses will replace trains between Greenbank and Chester.

On the Manchester Piccadilly to Chester line via Warrington Bank Quay buses will replace trains throughout.

The first through train to Chester will be the 17.22 from Manchester Piccadilly and the first through train from Chester will be the 17.04 from Chester.

On Saturday 26th March and Sunday 27th March 2016:

This is engineering work taking place between Chester and Mouldsworth closing all lines.

Buses will replace trains all day between Chester and Northwich.

Planning your Journey

For full details of these changes and the impact on your journey with Northern Rail and other operators, please refer to the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

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