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As coronavirus carries on sweeping the UK, many railways are choosing to cancel or postpone events, some are even choosing to suspend train services altogether.
With so many railways around the country, we thought it would be useful to have one page with all the cancellations and postponements that are taking place, and also include railways that are operating.
Covid-19 is a fast-moving pandemic, with information changing all the time. Please check with the relevant railways to see where you stand if you have pre-booked tickets.
If you believe we may have missed one, then please get in touch. If you have found this page and other parts of the RailAdvent website useful, then please consider supporting us with a RailAdvent Plus membership.
For Train Operating Companies which are affected,
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Heritage Railways, Groups and Railtours Affected
This is sad news for the railway industry, if you can help via a donation to the relative groups, they would appreciate it.
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