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Millions of rail passengers face Christmas travel disruption due to engineering work

26 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Due to engineering work, millions of of rail passengers face disruption to journeys across Britain over Christmas and New Year. Work on the Crossrail, the east-west line through London has been delayed which was due to open in December 2018. It is however running behind its schedule.
The adversely affected zones are England, Wales and Scotland while the worst effects will be felt to and from Paddington station in London, the terminus for the West of England, the Cotswolds and South Wales.
According to GWR it is the best to travel by Monday 23 December which runs most services to and from...
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