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Carlisle 19th September 2020 - Tyne Valley Diverts

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Carlisle 19th September 2020 - Tyne Valley Diverts 18/09/2020 at 16:00 #132586
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Currently in development is a new timetable for Carlisle based on Saturday 19th September 2020 featuring Tyne Valley Divers and The Northern Belle Charter by WCR. Timetable is part of current WTT as of 14/09 and includes STP/VAR Schedules. Freight services added from start to end of August that normally run on a Saturday.

--Service Pattern--

Avanti West Coast:
2 trains per hour to London Euston and Glasgow Central ran by Class 390s.
2 trains per hour to London Euston and Edinburgh ran by Class 221s & Class 390s.

Caledonian Sleeper:
2 trains per nights to London Euston to Edinburgh & Glasgow.
2 trains per nights to Glasgow & Edinburgh to London Euston.

London North Eastern Railway [LNER]:
Various services from London Kings Cross & Edinburgh
Including Inverness, Leeds & Doncaster.

Trains to Carlisle & Barrow-in-Furness with services Whitehaven & Workington.
Trains to Morpeth, Newcastle & Carlisle.
Trains to Leeds & Skipton.
Trains to Windermere, Preston & Manchester Airport.

Trains to Glasgow Central & Dumfries.

TransPennine Express:
Trains to Manchester Airport & Edinburgh.
Trains to Liverpool Lime Street, Preston & Glasgow Central.

West Coast Railways:
'The Northern Belle' WCR Charter features in the timetable under steam working.

Freight Services:
Random selection of Saturday Only services.

Aaron (AJRO)
Last edited: 18/09/2020 at 16:02 by HST125Scorton
Reason: AWC Updates

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Carlisle 19th September 2020 - Tyne Valley Diverts 19/09/2020 at 13:37 #132598
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Great stuff. I was shortly intending on offering a series of multiplayer games playing through a previous year's Tyne Valley diverts timetable, but I shall now wait for the up to date version! Thanks.
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