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Emergency timetable due soon

West Anglia Great Northern Railways (WAGN) has e-mailed this site with the latest details of services between Brookmans Park, London and Welwyn Garden City.

The company says a half-hourly service is now operating from Brookmans Park and they will attempt to increase the frequency of trains if possible.

WAGN says Railtrack is still working to improve stretches of local track and as a result trains are running slower than usual.

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An new emergency timetable is due to be published by the end of this week but will only be issued once WAGN is confident services can be maintained.

Once the company is satisfied it is able to run a regular service it will publish the new timetable on its website and later in hard copies.

In the meantime an interim timetable is on the WAGN site which shows that, during the rush hour, trains should be leaving Welwyn Garden City at 07, 22, 37 and 52 past the hour (to be sure to catch it allow about eight minutes for trains leaving Welwyn to reach Brookmans Park) and returning should leave Moorgate at 06, 21, 36 and 51 past the hour (trains usually take about eight minutes to reach Finsbury Park). Replacement buses will also be running until the end of the week.

The company has e-mailed this site to apologies to all commuters for the inconvenience and to thank them for their patience during what WAGN describes as a ‘very difficult time’.

The two websites to keep checking for rail news are WAGN's and Railtrack's sites.

If you want to discuss the state of the railways or your journey to work please use the 'Have Your Say' section

November 13, 2000


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Trains services resume ahead of schedule - November 9, 2000
Text of letter from WAGN Railways - November 8, 2000
Emergency rail service until February 2000 - November 8, 2000

Emergency rail service to continue - November 8, 2000
Rail disruption until middle of month - November 2, 2000
Commuters suffer more misery - October 31, 2000
No trains for the rest of the month - October 24, 2000
Broken rail caused derailment - Railtrack - October 19, 2000
Station fencing plan challenged - April 3, 2000

Station: security concerns raised - February 19, 2000
Toughened glass for station shelters - February 12, 2000
Station renovations continue - Jan 29, 2000
Patrols to target rail vandals - Dec 2, 1999
New station shelter vandalised - Dec 1, 1999
New shelter for station - Nov 29, 1999
Station shelter - work underway - Nov 11, 1999
New waiting room to be built next week - Nov 11, 1999
Station facelift brought forward - Nov 4, 1999
Vandals target station waiting room - Nov 2, 1999
Local residents to meet Railtrack - Oct 15, 1999
Vandalism to track damages train - Sept 9
Railtrack invite feedback on station  -  Sept 5
Railtrack to tackle vandalism  -  August 23, 1999
New plans to beat vandals -  July 13, 1999
Crackdown on station vandalism -  July 9, 1999
Station face-lift hits buffers -  March 19, 1999
WAGN failures -  August 20, 1998
WAGN anger - July 12, 1998

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