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Stamford and Rutland passengers heading to London will need to go to St Pancras International or Finsbury Park as East Coast Upgrade sees King's Cross station closed for the weekend




Network Rail and train operators on the East Coast Main Line are urging passengers not to travel to London King’s Cross on Saturday and Sunday, September 5 and 6, while vital work takes place in and around the station as part of the East Coast Upgrade, which will improve journeys for passengers.

Over the weekend, Network Rail engineers will be carrying out essential work towards the re-opening of a disused railway tunnel near King’s Cross, which will allow more trains to enter and exit the station.

Work will also take place to renew the tracks to certain platforms, make improvements to the signalling at the station and strengthen Camden Sewer which runs beneath the tracks, bringing smoother journeys for passengers.



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