CrossCountry aim to run as many services as possible on Friday.
Although we aim to run as many services as possible on Friday 24 February, due to the effects of Storm Doris our trains and crew are not where they need to be. Services may therefore be altered or cancelled at short notice.
People with tickets dated Thursday 23 February can travel today on any CrossCountry service.
If you have travelled and been delayed by more than 30 minutes then you will be entitled to Delay Repay compensation.
From seating plans to WiFi and catering, plan ahead and make the most of your journey
Buy tickets for any train journey in Britain. We cross more of the country than any other train company.
Most stations will provide information screens showing you the formation of the train so you know where best to wait before boarding.
Please note that some of our services change direction during the journey, particularly at Birmingham New Street, Reading and Derby stations.
You can find detailed travel information at the following links:
For all other train information, please review the train details section below.
Formed of four or five coaches and sometimes coupled together to give longer trains, our Voyager trains operate the majority of our long-distance services.
Formed of up to eight coaches and operates selected services on the South West – North East and Scotland routes.
Formed of two or three coaches, sometimes coupled together to provide longer trains, Turbostar trains operate between Cardiff and Nottingham, Birmingham and Stansted Airport, and Birmingham and Leicester.