Friday 21 Dec 2007
PASSENGER UPDATE: REVISED TIMETABLE FOR ABERDEEN SERVICES ON JANUARY 2
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- Scotland’s Railway: Scotland
In a change to previously advertised arrangements, a Sunday-style service will be available to passengers travelling between the Central Belt and the North East.
The January 2 services differ slightly from the regular Sunday timetable and passengers are advised to check travel times before beginning their journey.
There will also be an increase in journey times between Glasgow and Aberdeen on the day due to resignalling work between Larbert and Stirling, and services from Glasgow will not call at intermediate stations between the city and Dundee. Passengers for Stirling, Dunblane, Gleneagles and Perth can use a replacement rail service to Dundee, connecting to stations to Aberdeen.
Network Rail is working closely with First ScotRail and other operators to minimise disruption for passengers and details of revised services are available from National Rail Enquiries at www.nationalrail.co.uk or phone 08457 48 49 50.
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