GTR are continuing to work in partnership with Network Rail and industry partners to progress the £1.2 billion upgrade of the East Coast Main Line. The upgrade includes remodelling the track and signalling around King’s Cross, upgrading the power supply, installing completing a new platform at Stevenage and major infrastructure work at Werrington – just north of Peterborough.
The next stage of the upgrade work is planned for Saturday 20th June and Sunday 21st June 2020. This important enabling work is required in advance of the major remodelling work planned at King’s Cross station.
The work will mean that no direct services will run to or from King’s Cross Station London on the East Coast Main Line on these dates. On the GTR network, no Thameslink or Great Northern services will run on the East Coast Main Line into King’s Cross, St Pancras or Moorgate. Trains will be terminating at Gordon Hill and New Barnet, with rail replacement buses operating from those stations, and Potters Bar, to stations on the Midland Mainline and to London Underground stations for onward connections into London.
For more information, visit the East Coast Upgrade website here.