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Never hesitate to get in touch with London Northwestern Railway if you need to. It's never been easier. We look forward to hearing from you!

If you wish to make a complaint or leave feedback contact Customer Relations.

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Got something on your mind? Have a look at some of the most popular queries first in our frequently asked questions

If you can't find what you're looking for or just need a little extra help, please call our friendly team on 0333 311 0006. They're here to help with:

  • Telesales and journey planning (7-days a week: 8am - 10pm)
  • Online sales support (7-days a week: 8am - 10pm)
  • Assisted travel bookings and information (Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm. Weekends and Bank Holidays: 8am - 4pm)
  • Customer relations queries (Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm. Weekends and Bank Holidays: 8am - 4pm)

If you remain unhappy with our final response or approach to your complaint you can contact an industry watchdog. Which watchdog you should contact depends on your journey.

London TravelWatch

London TravelWatch is the independent watchdog for transport users in and around London. They will consider your case and, where they believe it is appropriate will follow things up with us on your behalf.

Web: www.londontravelwatch.org.uk
Email: [email protected]ntravelwatch.org.uk
Tel: 0203 176 2999
Twitter: @londontravelwatch
Address: Freepost RTLL-EGJR-YJHY, 169 Union Street, London, SE1 0LL

Transport Focus

Transport Focus is the independent consumer watchdog established by Parliament to protect and champion passengers’ interests. They will consider your case and where they believe it is appropriate will follow things up with us on your behalf.

Web: www.transportfocus.org.uk
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0300 123 2350
Twitter: @TransportFocus
Address: Freepost RTEH-XAGE-BYKZ, PO Box 5594, Southend On Sea, SS1 9PZ

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Let’s Go Social.

At London Northwestern Railway, we’re a friendly bunch and love to keep connected.

So, if you fancy following our latest tweets and updates, you’ll find us at @LNRailway

​We’re here 7am to 7pm (8am to 4pm weekends and bank holidays) and provide live train running updates from around the region. Our team will do everything they can to help you with any questions you may have.

If you’d like to be one of the first to hear about our latest offers or just some ideas for days out in the region, then give our Facebook page a Like

Rules of engagement

If you do wish to contact us via Social Media, then please play nicely and stick to our Rules of Engagement.

We enjoy keeping in touch with you in various ways - including email, on the phone, via letter, and face to face. And as more and more of us seem to be using Social Media these days, particularly while on the move, we see it as a fantastic tool to provide you with real-time service information and to answer any questions that you might have.

We have an excellent team of people that work on our social media accounts - between them they have a wealth of knowledge about the railway and how it works, and will always try their best to help you.

Below are a few points we would appreciate you respecting when contacting us on Social Media.

What you can expect from us

  • Our @LNRailway Twitter account is open 7am to 7pm (8am to 4pm weekends and bank holidays). We are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day
  • We may need to feed back with some info or escalate certain queries to a manager, so please bear with us if this happens. One of the team will get back to you as soon as possible with an answer
  • If you require a detailed explanation of something that cannot be easily addressed on Social Media, or you wish to make a complaint, we may need to re-direct you to our Customer Relations team so that your concerns are properly logged and dealt with
  • Although we aim to answer every question individually, during times of major service disruption we may need to go into our own 'disruption mode'. This means that instead of responding to individual tweets, we will focus on tweeting out the latest updates for everyone's benefit - a much more efficient way of keeping you and others up to date
  • Because we run so many trains a day we are unable to broadcast information on individual train delays. We therefore aim to provide information only when delays exceed 10 minutes. If you require information on a delay under this time, then please tweet us and we will try and find out for you
  • We will keep you updated about planned engineering works that may affect your journey, with weekend works being tweeted out on a Thursday and Friday of each week
  • We will not sell you anything via Social Media
  • We will broadcast information about projects and special events that are happening at stations, to keep you informed

What we expect from you

  • Please don't get personal with members of the team on Social Media- we are all here to try and help you. We will always be courteous and respectful and we expect to be treated in the same way
  • We understand that you can get frustrated when things do go wrong, but do not use foul language or be aggressive. Please stick to the topic of the post when joining the conversation. We also ask that you do not spam or deliberately disrupt a conversation. We won't tolerate this type of engagement, and most of our followers don't want to read inappropriate comments. Whilst we don't want to block anyone on Social Media, we may have to do so in certain circumstances. We may also delete comments

We are just trying to ensure you have a great journey experience with us, and look forward to chatting with you on one of our accounts!