Monday 19 Jun 2017
Passengers urged to check before they travel on the Midland Mainline to Corby
Passengers travelling to Corby on the Midland Mainline this morning (Monday 19 June) are urged to check before they travel owing to overrunning engineering works.
A Network Rail spokesperson said: "We have been working on the Midland Mainline overnight but have not been able to complete the work on time. We are now working to a revised plan to complete the work and get trains running as quickly as possible. I apologise for the inconvenience this will cause and ask that passengers check before they travel this morning."
Passengers can check before they travel at www.nationalrail.co.uk
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