We are running a reduced timetable to keep our services running throughout the coronavirus pandemic however please follow the Government guidelines and only travel by train if you have no alternative.
Trains operate throughout the day on most routes at a reduced frequency. Trains will run with extra carriages where possible to help passengers to exercise social distancing.
A minimum of one train per hour will operate on the following routes:
Manchester Piccadilly – Reading (some trains will extend to or from Bournemouth)
Bristol Temple Meads – Newcastle (some trains will extend to or from Plymouth and/or Edinburgh Waverley)
Birmingham New Street – Leicester (some trains will extend to or from Cambridge)
Nottingham – Birmingham New Street (some trains will extend to or from Cardiff Central)
No CrossCountry services will call at Audley End, Stansted Airport, Doncaster, Weston-super-Mare, Bath Spa, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torquay, Paignton, Guildford, stations west of Plymouth, or beyond Edinburgh to Glasgow, Dundee or Aberdeen. Other train companies’ trains will continue to serve these stations.
Some last trains may be earlier than normal and we do advise you check your journey before you travel using National Rail Enquiries or view our timetables below:
Timetables for future dates shall appear here closer to the time.
Route Map for the current timetable - Download the map here (PDF)
CrossCountry tickets are being accepted on all other operators services on any reasonable route between the origin and destination printed on your ticket until further notice.