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Author Topic: Christmas 2018 - Timetables for the TransWilts Line  (Read 1750 times)
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« Reply #15 on: December 24, 2018, 06:42:16 am »

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Between Swindon/Chippenham and Westbury via Melksham

Planned engineering work will take place between Swindon/Chippenham and Westbury via Melksham on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday, from 05:00, Sunday 23 December 2018 to 23:00, Friday 28 December 2018.

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Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday All day, trains between Swindon/Chippenham and Westbury (via Melksham) will not run. Replacement buses will run between Chippenham and Westbury.
Last Updated:21/11/2018 10:34

Replacement buses are in place (upthread) right through to 3rd January - do I see a chic of hope here that works are under way on the line too .... I would love to see some activity on signalling equipment to make it far less liable to the failures that have dogged the service of late.
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