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Rail disruption- branch line closures, speed restrictions and reduced service levels on February 18th 2022.

  • 18 Feb 2022

Due to the red storm warning there will be significant changes to rail services from 04:00am on the morning of the 18th February.    

This is expected to last throughout the day, and will mean branch line closures in Cornwall, Devon, and Bristol. There will be 50mph speed restrictions, and services will be reduced by 50%.

Constituents travelling with Great Western Railway are being asked to check their journey before setting out.  

This can be done through Journey Check on journeycheck.com/GreatWesternRailway

Great Western Railway are also accepting rail tickets dated 18th February for travel over the weekend or on Monday (19th-21st Feb), and Theresa has been assured they will issue full refunds to anyone choosing not to travel.

Great Western Railway will need to review and check for any damage before re-opening and there could therefore be further delays and changes to services on Friday evening and Saturday.