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« on: August 19, 2017, 07:35:30 am »

via Bedwyn Trains

GWR have just agreed to a late notice request for work which will take place this Sunday 20 August.  This will allow Network Rail to carry out emergency repair work to signalling equipment near Reading West station.
They anticipate the work will begin at 2150 and will therefore affect the late evening Sunday services listed below.
1731 Penzance to Paddington this service will divert via Melksham
2044 Reading to Newbury
2138 Reading to Basingstoke
2143 Newbury to Reading
2144 Reading to Bedwyn
2208 Basingstoke to Reading
2238 Reading to Basingstoke
2244 Reading to Newbury
2235 Bedwyn to Reading
2215 Paddington to Newbury (terminates Reading)
2307 Basingstoke to Reading
2238 Reading to Basingstoke
2329 Newbury to Reading
2355 Newbury to Reading
0007 Basingstoke to Reading
Alternative road transport will be in place to cover the services, and Network Rail expected to complete the work by 0345. It will not therefore impact the start of service on Monday morning.

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