More cancellations on Hull Trains to London
Hull trains have cancelled a number of
their services due to "a shortage of available trains".
The troubled rail operator has continuously being plagued with reliability
issues on the Hull to London Kings Cross service.
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This also comes at a time when a number of
Hull residents may be expectantly booking services to watch the Olympics.
From the Hull Trains website:
Due to a shortage of available trains as a result of damage sustained in an earlier incident the following changes are in place: 11:48 London Kings Cross to Hull is cancelled. Passengers are advised to board the 12:05 East Coast service to Doncaster where buses will be provided through to Selby/ Howden / Brough and also direct to Hull. 13:48 London Kings Cross to Hull will end at Selby. Passengers will be provided with connecting First TransPennine Express service through to Howden / Brough and Hull. 15:10 Hull to London Kings Cross will start from Selby. Passengers travelling from Hull are advised to board 14:57 Northern service to Doncaster and jin the Hull Trains service. 17:10 Hull to London Kings Cross is cancelled. Buses will run from Hull / Brough to Doncaster with connecting East Coast service departing Doncaster at 18:23. Passengers from Howden / Selby are advised to travel on 17:01 Hull to Leeds First Transpennine Express that will additionally call at Howden and change at Leeds for connecting East Coast service. 20:30 London Kings Cross to Hull will start from Doncaster. Passengers are advised to travel on 20:35 East Coast service to Doncaster where the First Hull Trains service will start.