Latest news from London Northwestern Railway.
London Northwestern Railway passengers are being warned to expect continued disruption to services across the network on Saturday morning following a serious trespass incident on Friday evening.
Passengers using Watford Junction are being reminded that all lifts at the station will be out of use for three months from Monday for replacement works.
A fare-dodger who assaulted railway staff at Northampton station and risked his life by running down the tracks has been jailed.
Passengers at Leighton Buzzard will be able to discuss their rail service with bosses from London Northwestern Railway at a special event later this week.
Passengers at London Euston are being advised of continued disruption into the evening peak as services continue to recover from a major signal failure earlier.
Some trains are now able to run into London Euston following a signal failure earlier this morning. As a result of the disruption, London Northwestern Railway is running a half hourly service , calling all stations , between Northampton and Euston.
Trains terminating at Watford Junction only due to signal failure.
Platform accessibility will be reduced for three months at Watford Junction while vital work to replace lifts at the station is carried out.
Passengers using the Marston Vale line are being reminded that car parking at Bedford station will be significantly reduced from Monday 21 October until Sunday 22 December.
Passengers are being reminded about a major signalling upgrade which will see the closure of Liverpool Lime Street and Edge Hill stations on the weekend of 2 – 3 November.