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No train service between Romford and Upminster this weekend

PUBLISHED: 16:29 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:31 17 February 2017

Trains will not run between Romford and Upminster this weekend

Trains will not run between Romford and Upminster this weekend

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There will be no train service between Romford and Upminster this weekend due to planned construction work.

The entire National Rail Service, managed Transport for London (TfL), will be affected and no trains will be running along the lines.

All stations will be closed on Saturday and Sunday while Network Rail carry out track improvements as part of their railway upgrade plan and Crossrail construction work.

Residents have also been warned that trains between Brentwood and Shenfield will not be in operation until late May.

For an overview of planned track closures for the next six months, visit tfl.gov.uk.

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