King’s Cross station might be closed to all trains from 1.45pm on Friday (June 4) and won’t reopen till the primary practice on Monday morning (June 7).
Community Rail has advised that is the ultimate weekend of London closures following months of disruption on weekends as a part of the large £1.2billion East Coast Main Line Upgrade.
The works have helped permit extra trains to get to and from King’s Cross, and extra platforms for use.
This implies for those who’re travelling between London and locations in Scotland and the North East in addition to Peterborough, Stevenage, Cambridge and King’s Lynn, you have to to take a practice from a distinct station or use an alternate route.
The final long-distance practice to go away King’s Cross on Friday might be an earlier-than-usual 1.45pm practice to Aberdeen.
After that and all weekend, to get to Leeds, York, the North East and Scotland you have to to take the Thameslink from the underside flooring of St Pancras Worldwide (simply throughout the street from King’s Cross) to Bedford, which is the final cease on that practice.