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Major disruption for Greater Anglia passengers on Sunday December 3





Greater Anglia trains from London Liverpool Street to Cambridge on Sunday December 3 will start and terminate at Audley End.

The train operator’s managing director, Jamie Burles, warned of widespread disruption because of planned engineering work and industrial action.

He said: “Due to a mixture of strikes, action short of a strike and planned engineering works, passengers are advised that, unfortunately, there will be major disruption to rail transport in the Cambridge area on December 3, with very few services able to operate and rail replacement buses between Cambridge North and Audley End.

Jamie Burles, managing director of Greater Anglia
Jamie Burles, managing director of Greater Anglia

“Parking at Audley End and Cambridge North will be very limited, and the connecting rail replacement bus services are expected to be very busy.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience caused to passengers planning rail journeys on that day. We advise customers to plan ahead and check before they travel. Passengers should expect services to be very busy and may wish to consider travelling on alternative dates.”

There will be no rail replacement buses from the main station in Cambridge – passengers need to travel directly to Cambridge North or to Audley End for Liverpool Street. Industrial action means there will be no shuttle service between Cambridge and Cambridge North.

Greater Anglia train. Picture: Greater Anglia
Greater Anglia train. Picture: Greater Anglia

There will also be no Great Northern or Thamselink services from Cambridge due to industrial action. No rail replacement services will be available to cover those services.



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