Disruption on TfL Rail train services through Romford over Christmas
PUBLISHED: 17:28 03 December 2015
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Trains on the Liverpool Street to Shenfield line will be severely disrupted between Christmas and New Year as work on Crossrail progresses.
On Christmas Eve, the last train will depart from Liverpool Street at 9pm.
The entire rail network traditionally shuts down on Christmas Day and Boxing Day and there will be no train service.
On Sunday December 27 and Monday 28, there will be no TfL Rail service between Ilford and Shenfield.
Replacement buses will run between Shenfield and Ilford, calling at all stops.
On the rest of the line, trains will run every 15 minutes.
Abellio Greater Anglia will run replacement bus services to link up with the Central line at Newbury Park.
From 29 December to 1 January, there will be a reduced train service on the line, with TfL Rail trains running every 15 minutes off-peak.
Additional TfL Rail trains every 15 minutes will run between Liverpool Street and Chadwell Heath at peak times.
From Friday January 1 to Sunday 3 there will be no TfL Rail service between Seven Kings and Shenfield.
There will be a TfL Rail train every 15 minutes on the rest of the line, with replacement buses running between Shenfield and Ilford, calling at all stops.
More information is available at www.tfl.gov.uk/festive and customers are advised to check before they travel.
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