LNER urge passengers to ‘not travel’ as all London-bound trains cancelled on Tuesday

LNER, the East Coast Main Line operator from York to London, has cancelled all of their trains on Tuesday due to extreme heat.

LNER have issued a ‘do not travel warning’ for Tuesday on routes to London south of York due to the expected extreme heat.

No trains will be running on routes to Kings Cross south of York and south of Leeds. This includes travel to and from Wakefield Westgate, Doncaster, Retford, Lincoln, Newark Northgate, Grantham, Peterborough and Stevenage.

There will be limited trains to other destinations and it’s highly likely that they will be subject to significant delays because speed restrictions will be in place.

LNER are also warning passengers to only travel on Monday if absolutely necessary.

If you do have to travel please check your journey before you set off.

Most passengers will be able to travel on another day using their same ticket – information can be found on the train operators website.

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