The railway time table is a very important source of information for train passengers and those who are planning their journey. There are several time tables and those meant for public information are available online also now.
In earlier Trains At A Galance timetables there used to be a page having the yearly calender. It is not there since last 2-3 years. Please include it once again.Also, as was done earlier, there should be at least two ruled blank pages meant for the passengers to joy down their travelling plans. Please start it again.
For details of the availability of advance fares, visit the advance ticket availability information here. If your pre-booked journey is changed, for example the time is amended, then you can either continue to travel on the revised timetable or apply for a refund.
Where to get the National Rail timetableThe National Rail Timetable is available online and free of charge, and in easy to download sections on Network Rail's website. A printed version of the timetable is no longer produced, as of Winter 2019 (December 2019 - May 2020).
Our Pocket Timetable tool gives you the flexibility to create a timetable that is tailored to your own individual journey. It gives you a customised timetable based around your origin and destination, your own time requirements and the days of the week that you travel.
Are you looking for SNCB train timetables? Here you will find all of the tools for quickly planning your journey and finding your train in real time. Discover our journey planning tools to ensure you remain informed wherever and whenever so that you can reach your destination without worry.
Links to the latest timetables for all TransPennine Express routes are shown below. All timetables are correct at time of production.Liverpool, Warrington and Manchester to Sheffield, Doncaster, Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Cleethorpes (valid until 20 May 2023)
Some last trains may be earlier than normal and we recommend you check your journey before you travel by using National Rail Enquiries, our Train Tickets app, or viewing our timetables below:
We are operating many longer trains where possible to provide up to twice the normal capacity and increasing the dwell time at key stations to allow for customers to board and alight safely. To achieve this while also maintaining the national railway timetable, a small number of stations have seen our services reduced or withdrawn to allow additional time at the more heavily used stations. Our trains continue to operate throughout the day on most routes at a reduced frequency and in some cases with a revised calling pattern. We will be operating the full timetable on the routes between Birmingham - Leicester - Stansted Airport and Nottingham - Birmingham New Street - Cardiff Central.
Occasionally, we may have to make late notice changes to our published timetable due to operational reasons and improvement work. Sometimes, buses replace trains - just so you know, all of our rail replacement transport is fully accessible. You can find out more about rail replacement buses here.
The holiday structure for railway offices in India is designed to ensure that all staff members are able to take their allotted leave without disrupting the functioning of the office. This ensures that railway staff is able to take adequate time off to rest and recuperate, while still ensuring that the railway network runs smoothly. 2b1af7f3a8