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What winter weather means for our trains

This winter, be sure to check before you travel

What winter weather means for our trains

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It doesn’t have to be a white Christmas for winter weather to cause problems for trains across our network. Whether it snows or not, poor conditions caused by severe storms, frost or ice can hamper our ability to run services safely. With Network Rail, we always plan for the worst every year but, despite our best efforts, sometimes Mother Nature has other ideas. This causes delays, alterations and cancellations which may affect your journey.

Here’s why – and how we’ll get you back on track… 

This winter, be sure to check before you travel. Up-to-date information about our services is available here, National Rail Enquiries, our On Track app and Twitter @Se_Railway.


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