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Times are changing this autumn
From 7 October to 8 December
We're making some small changes to our timetable this autumn to keep trains running on time.
Some morning trains will leave a few minutes earlier. Evening trains will leave London at the same time as usual, but some will arrive at stations along their route a few minutes later. The timetable changes affect both weekday and weekend services.
On days when we expect the weather to be at its worst, our Off-Peak* metro services will call less frequently at some stations.
*The amended timetable affects Monday-Friday Off-Peak metro services towards London. Some morning Peak services leaving London are also affected.
December timetable from 9 December
There are very few changes in our December 2018 timetable. They are now available to download below.
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Planning a journey or buying a ticket in advance?
Network Rail has made a temporary change to how far in advance it confirms rail timetables. This is a national issue, and the majority of journeys are unaffected. More detailed information is available here.
In a small number of cases the timetable will not be confirmed until less than the usual 12-weeks before travel. Wherever possible. we've highlighted those journeys yet to be confirmed in our journey planner.
You can still book tickets in advance, and our Advance fares are available up until 6pm on the day before travel. If you buy an Advance ticket for a train that is subsequently changed or cancelled, we will refund you. Check before you travel by using our journey planner, National Rail Enquiries or download our On Track app for the most up-to-date information.