Filed: Saturday, 20th October 2012
By: Staff Writer
Supporters travelling on the C2C line to east London for today's game with Southampton should be aware of the following disruptions.
Due to yet more weekend engineering works between Barking and Upminster, a revised service will operate on all C2C routes as follows.
There will be just two trains per hour running between Grays and Pitsea via Upminster.
Passengers for Chafford Hundred, Ockendon, Upminster, West Horndon, Laindon and Basildon are advised to use this shuttle service and change at Grays for services to Barking and Fenchurch Street - or change at Pitsea for services to Southend and Shoeburyness.
There will also be two trains per hour leaving Fenchurch Street running fast from Barking to Pitsea - plus a further two trains per hour calling at all stations via Rainham and Tilbury.
The Fenchurch Street to Grays via Rainham service is out of service and will be replaced by stops in the Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness via Grays service.
Meanwhile, additional shuttle services will run between Fenchurch Street and Barking for much of the day.
For those unsure how the above will affect their travel arrangements, today's timetable may be downloaded from ow.ly/1P4u5I. You may also keep in touch with the latest news by following C2C's Twitter feed at twitter.com/c2c_Rail.
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