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Industrial Action - Do Not Travel - 18 & 20 August
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Short notice cancellations North West and major events

Trains in the UK usually follow regular weekday and weekend timetables, but to find out about any disruptions to these services, check before you travel.

Standard trains do not operate around the clock and usually start running at around 05:00 stopping again at 01:00. The main exceptions to this are certain airport services and London Underground's Night Tube - these run for longer periods, but depending on the service, may still take a few hours off.

This night time break allows any essential maintenance for the tracks or rolling stock to be carried out, minimalising the disruption to passenger journeys.

The best place to check the time that your desired service runs, and indeed, which stations it stops at, is Northern’s timetable.

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Check before you travel

We are encouraging everyone to check before you travel, especially at weekends as there are a number of events taking place across the network over the summer. Additionally, there may be some short notice timetable changes and services impacted by strike action ...

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