Rail Strikes – 21st-25th June

June 20th 2022
This is a reminder from GWR that there will be no rail services at all on some of their routes on the strike days this week – Tuesday 21 June, Thursday 23 June and Saturday 25 June.   Where services can run they will be extremely limited with much later start and much earlier finish times.
There will also be a restricted service on Wednesday 22 June, Friday 24 June and Sunday 26 June, with services starting late and finishing very early.
Full timetables are now in online journey planners for Tuesday 21 June and Thursday 23 June, and timetables for days between the strikes will be available from tomorrow.  Where services are running rail travel should only be considered if absolutely necessary.
There will be no alternative road replacement available, and there is still the potential for further changes even on the day.
As well as checking timetables, there are maps ww.gwr.com/strike showing which routes are open.  This will be kept updated with the latest information.

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