Disruption at Derby Rail Station

29th June 2018

Large scale refurbishment of Derby Railway station is planned from July and we have received the following information from East Midlands Trains.

If you are traveling anywhere through Derby it WILL disrupt your journey so please take the time to read the information below: Changes have been happening at Derby station recently, with work taking place to build a new platform opposite platform 6. This is all part of a £200 million project to improve the railway and provide better journeys for the growing number of customers who travel with us. So far, a lot of this work has been happening without affecting your journey. However, that will change. Between 22nd July and 7th October, our partners Network Rail will be replacing and upgrading the track and signalling in and around Derby station which means we will be running a temporary timetable, with major changes to some journeys to, from or through Derby. This is the biggest investment to the railway in Derby for decades but it will mean short term disruption. If you travel to, from or through Derby, your journey will be affected at some point. To download your timetable, plan your journey and find out more, please click here.

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