When do the last trains leave during the train strike on Wednesday?


PASSENGERS are urged not to travel by train unless “absolutely necessary” as railway workers are on strike today.

Nearly 100,000 workers are expected to leave as unions from the rail, sea and transport unions employed by Network Rail and 14 rail operators take part in a day-long shutdown.

Network Rail said there will be a “very limited” timetable across the UK, operating between 7.30am and 6.30pm, and that some areas of the country will have no rail services at all.

Disruptions are also expected tomorrow “due to the impact of industrial action on shift patterns,” Network Rail said.

The strike will also mean that services will start later and end earlier than normal.

Here are the times of the last trains that are expected to run on Wednesday afternoon with the reduced offer:

From London to:

Brighton – 5.50pm

Southampton – 5pm

Birmingham – 4.03pm

Bristol – 5:13 p.m

Leeds – 3.05pm

Liverpool – 2.56pm

Manchester – 3.40pm

Newcastle – 2.48pm

Norwich – 4:30 p.m

Nottingham – 4:31 p.m

Sheffield – 3.40pm

Edinburgh – 2pm

To London from:

Brighton – 5.40pm

Southampton – 4:59 p.m

Birmingham – 4:14 p.m

Bristol – 5pm

Leeds – 3.45pm

Liverpool – 3.56pm

Manchester – 3:27 p.m

Newcastle – 2.40pm

Norwich – 4pm

Nottingham – 4:16 p.m

Sheffield – 4pm

Edinburgh – 1.05pm When do the last trains leave during the train strike on Wednesday?

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