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Rail operator c2c announces amendments to rush hour timetable

PUBLISHED: 17:49 21 May 2018

The train operator has announced minor changes to the timetable Picture: c2c

The train operator has announced minor changes to the timetable Picture: c2c

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If you’re using c2c to get home, your train could be leaving earlier than expected - or not calling at your stop at all.

The rail network has announced minor changes to its evening rush hour timetable from today (Monday).

Commuters heading out of London on the 7.04pm from Fenchurch Street will see the train depart a minute earlier from Fenchurch Street, at 7.03pm, and at Limehouse (7.08pm) and West Ham (7.13pm).

It will no longer be stopping at Upminster, however, where it previously arrived at 7.27pm, but will be adding stops at Laindon and Basildon.

Those wanting to get to Upminster should instead board the 7.06pm - previously the 7.07pm - from Fenchurch Street, which will now be additionally stopping there at 7.30pm.

It will stop one minute earlier at Limehouse (7.11pm), West Ham (7.16pm) and Barking (7.22pm) and one minute later at all stations after Upminster.

Four other changes affect West Horndon station - the 4pm from Shoeburyness and the 7.20pm from Fenchurch Street will no longer stop there, while the 3.55pm and the 4.12pm from Shoeburyness have added the station as an extra stop.

Additionally, two London-bound trains will no longer call at Limehouse on Saturday nights - the 9.09pm and the 10.40pm.

To view the new timetable in full, visit c2c-online.co.uk

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