A few weeks before Christmas, the British will be traveling the country to reunite with their friends and family.
While remaining attentive to the Covid, some may need to use public transport to get from A to B.
However, people have been reminded to check their travel plans in advance as trains will be disrupted during the holidays.
Our sister site, 2Chill, created a guide showing which trains will be running during the Christmas and New Years period.
If you use public transport during this holiday season, remember to protect yourself and those around you by wearing a mask.
Christmas Eve: Train services operate as usual but may end a little earlier on December 24
The day of Christmas: No train service will run
The day after Christmas : No train service will run on Boxing Day “expect a handful of airport transfer services”
New Year’s Eve: Train services operate as usual but may end a little earlier on December 31st
New Year’s Day: Train services operate normally but may start a little later than usual on January 1
Transport to Wales
December 23 and 24: Train services will operate, but there are some changes due to overnight engineering works
The day of Christmas: No train service
Boxing Day: No train service
December 27 – January 3: Train services will operate, but there are some changes due to overnight engineering works
December 23: Normal service, subject to some late night changes due to engineering work
Christmas Eve: Details will be released when available
The day of Christmas: No service
The day after Christmas : No trains will run on the network, expect limited service between Liverpool Lime Street and St Helens Central
December 27: Some early morning trains will not run or will depart ahead of their usual origin
December 28-January 3: Engineering work in the Leeds area means the routes will be affected
North East London Railway
Trains will operate normally, expect:
Christmas Day: no train
The day after Christmas : No train
East Midlands Railway
December 23: Normal service
Christmas Eve: Services will end much earlier than normal on Christmas Eve, with very few trains running after 9 p.m.
Christmas Day: no train will run
Boxing Day: no train will run
December 27 – January 1: Regional services will operate normally, but only three trains per hour will run to / from London
January 2: A reduced Sunday strike schedule is planned with two trains per hour running to / from London
January 3: A Saturday service will operate with three trains per hour to / from London