Train From london euston to birmingham new street?
because of the snow i would like to know if there will be any trains tommorow from euston to birmingham new street? thanks
- younosygitLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Check with the National Rail Enquiries website or phone 0871 200 4950. At the moment the overhead power line is down at Berkswell, near Coventry, and there are no trains running between Coventry and Birmingam International until further notice - there will be trains between Euston and New Street, but there are likely to be fewer than usual and they will be sent on a different route so the normal timetable will not apply.
- David SLv 79 years ago
There will be trains on this route with some delays and cancellations. Looking at the weather forecast for Tuesday the situation doesn't look too bad. Check in the morning on www.virgintrains.co.uk
If in the unlikely there are no trains from Euston to Birmingham you can also travel from London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street www.chilternrailways.co.uk
- 4 years ago
Luggage storage areas are at the end of the coaches, by the doors. If it's small enough there are overhead racks too.London Euston is the last stop (you'll see why when you get there) so there is plenty of time to get your case and leave the train. Platforms at Euston lead onto a large concourse and the underground station is in the same building in the centre of the concourse away from the platform. There is the Underground roundel above the entrance which is distinctive. Honestly, Euston is less complicated to navigate than New Street and I say that as a Brummie. Note that the XX10 trains from New Street start from Wolverhampton but the XX30 and XX50 start from Birmingham so if you need a seat try and avoid the XX10.
- rdenig_maleLv 79 years ago
Virgin say they are running trains 'on all routes but with delays and cancellations due to the severe weather conditions'. London Midland say 'We are also having a number of problems on our trains into Euston, many of which are being damaged by a build up of ice en route, which is leading to delays and cancellations'
So the answer to your question is, yes, there will be trains, but there is likely to be delays and a wait for one and when you get on, it will probably be very crowded.
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- Anonymous9 years ago
Suggest you go to the National Rail website. They also wont know until early in the morning depending on snow and who pitches up for work.