East London train commuters are to see their journeys disrupted in the coming days amidst engineering works.

c2c’s Basildon line between Barking and Pitsea will be closed from 10.45pm on November 15 and 16 with services diverted via an alternative route between these stations.

A notice published on the company’s website says the trains will not call at Upminster, West Horndon, Laindon and Basildon during this time.

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District line tickets, it said, will be accepted between Barking and Upminster and there will be a rail replacement bus in place between Upminster and Pitsea via Laindon.

The service on the Ockendon line between Barking and Grays will also be closed from 10.45pm on these days with diversions in place.

There will also be disruption on both lines this weekend (November 18 and 19).

The Basildon line will again see a diversion between Barking and Pitsea, with replacement buses running between Upminster and Pitsea.

Ockendon line services will not run between Barking and Ockendon, with a replacement bus between Upminster and Ockendon and a shuttle rail service between Ockendon and Grays.

Services in Upminster will be impacted again next week, as works have been planned between Fenchurch Street and Barking/Upminster from 11.30pm between November 20 and 23. 

Passengers on the routes have been advised to check before they travel.