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Freight Train Operations


Northbound (Weekdays) Updated


The core weekday diagrams involve 4S44 and 4S45 being worked by pairs of 90s with the rest of the fleet either working local freight trains in the Northwest or being hired to GBRF for sleepers. In addition, although there are no booked workings now on the Ipswich corridor, FL90s could still turn up on this route if other traction types are not available. See link below to the latest diagrams.

Engineering Work Alterations October 2017


At the time of writing, there was no planned engineering work to impact on the operations of freight trains worked by Freightliner. However, this situation can and does change at short notice, so keep an eye on the website for any alterations. An engineering work fact sheet is available below.

Saturday & Sunday Operations


The core services booked to be 90s on Saturday’s and Sunday are 4M27, 4M49, 4S44 and 4S45 as well as 0K27. However, not all these trains run on weekends due to engineering work. In addition, there is a requirement at present for 2 loco’s to be on hire to GBRF and any surplus engines may work other freights if the booked traction are NOT available. See link below for the latest info.

Southbound (Weekdays) Updated


The core weekday diagrams involve 4M27 and 4M49 being worked by pairs of 90s with the rest of the fleet either working local freight trains in the Northwest or being hired to GBRF for sleepers. In addition, although there are no booked workings now on the Ipswich corridor, FL90s could still turn up on this route if other traction types are not available. See link below to the latest diagrams.

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