Norwich City at Wembley: Extra trains on Monday but all services terminate at Stratford
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Norwich City fans heading to Wembley on Monday to watch the play-off final against Middlesbrough will benefit from extra trains, but services will stop before Liverpool Street.
Rail operator Abellio Greater Anglia said on Monday that because of Network Rail planned improvement works taking place on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday all services to and from London will terminate and start from Stratford station and not Liverpool Street.
For travel to the match, scheduled services from Norwich to Stratford will depart at: 06.00, 07.00, 07.20, 08.00, 08.20, 09.00, 09.20, 10.00, 10.20, 11.00 and 11.20.
Returning from the match, trains will depart Stratford for Norwich at: 18.12, 18.42, 19.12, 19.42, 20.12, 20.42 and 21.42.
Later services depart at: 22.42 and 23.47 with a change at Colchester.
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Greater Anglia is planning to operate three special trains departing Norwich for Stratford at: 07.40, 08.40 and 09.40.
Special trains will return from Stratford to Norwich after the match at: 19.54, 20.25 and 20.54.
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The special trains will call at Diss in both directions, and run non-stop between Diss and Stratford.
Tickets for these services must be booked in advance at www.greenrailtravel.co.uk/special
Members of the RMT Union that work for track and infrastructure operator Network Rail have announced that they are planning to take industrial action on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May and Tuesday 26 May.
Further talks between Network Rail and the Unions are planned for this week, which may still lead to a resolution.
If the strikes go ahead, there will be severe disruption to services on Monday and Tuesday, so customers are strongly advised to check before travel.
•Fans travelling from Stratford to Wembley Park on the Underground should go on the Jubilee Line (direct service) or Central/Metropolitan Lines (change at Liverpool Street). Or alternatively from Stratford to Wembley Central via the London Overground/Bakerloo line (change at Willesden Junction).