Train services to return to normal from Monday

A train on the platform at King's Lynn Railway Station. Picture: Ian Burt

A train on the platform at King's Lynn Railway Station. Picture: Ian Burt

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East Midlands trains have announced it will be resuming its regular timetable from Monday, March 5.

Services will run as per the usual timetable on all routes after the train operator worked closely with Network Rail to recover from the impact of the extreme weather conditions last week.  

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Jake Kelly, Managing Director for East Midlands Trains, said: “We’re pleased to be planning a full service for our customers tomorrow, following the impact of the freezing weather last week. This is only possible thanks to the hard work of our team and of Network Rail and I am very grateful to everyone involved for their efforts. Once again, I’d also like to thank our customers for their understanding over the past few days and we look forward to getting back to normal tomorrow.”

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