For anyone trying to reach London via the East Coast Mainline (Peterborough, Grantham, Retford, Newark, Doncaster, York, Darlington, Durham, Newcastle, Edinburgh) GNER
GNER Special Timetable: Friday July 8, 2005
Following yesterday’s incidents in London, King's Cross station is now open and trains are running. GNER is operating a limited service and a special timetable will operate throughout the day.
Some services will terminate at Peterborough and passengers may have an extended journey in to King's Cross by changing on to WAGN services.
London Underground services have returned to normal on many lines but services on the lines affected are still severely disrupted.
• Ticket restrictions have been lifted.
• Your ticket is valid tomorrow if you decide not to travel today.
• Our staff are here to help you if you need assistance.
Consult their website for the special timetable.
say that everything is back to normal at Liverpool Street.
is running a normal service.
coaches are back to normal with some concessions for passengers who wanted to travel yesterday:
Normal service now operating
Following yesterday's events in London, National Express would like to advise customers that we are operating a normal service today.
We are offering amendments and refunds to customers with tickets for travel yesterday, 7 July 2005. Our standard amendments and refunds policy will apply to all tickets for travel from today.
National Express would like to thank customers for their continued co-operation.
are running as normal but expecting heavy loads (and presumably tougher security):
08/07/05 - Eurostar Service Announcement
Further to yesterday’s tragic events in London, Eurostar expects to run all its services as normal today and over the weekend. Passengers are advised to check-in at least 45 minutes before departure as trains are expected to be extremely busy.
Those travellers not wishing to use tickets booked for travel before Sunday evening will be able to exchange their tickets for alternative Eurostar services at any point over the next 12 months (subject to availability).
Travellers wishing to rebook should call 08705 186 186
Due to yesterday's disruption, telephone lines are expected to be busy so please bear with us.
Eurostar extends its sympathies to those families affected by today's events.
west coast mainline services into Euston are somewhat disrupted, consult their website for information (they have it in some Flash popup that I can't copy and paste from....)