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Selby Swing Bridge was built in 1889 and carries the railway over the River Ouse.
Between Sunday 27 July and Sunday 07 September 2014, Network Rail will be carrying out refurbishment work on the bridge costing £8 million pounds. Once the work is completed the structure should be maintenance free for 25 years and will enable trains to run at the normal line speed, removing a long standing speed restriction.
During this period of time no trains will be able to run between Selby and Hull.
First TransPennine and Northern Rail services are replaced by buses between Selby and Hull.
East Coast services are diverted between Doncaster and Hull via Goole. Buses will run between Doncaster and Selby.
First Hull Trains services are diverted between Doncaster and Hull calling additionally at Goole. Buses will run between Selby and Howden / Goole.
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For full details of the changes and the impact on your journey, please use the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner
These changes are reflected in the timetables when planning your journey or booking your ticket using the online booking engine
The 09.52 service from Aberdeen on Friday 29 August will be an alcohol free train until it reaches Newcastle. This means you will not be able to bring alcohol in any form, onto the train, or consume it whilst on board. We won’t be selling alcohol at The Foodbar, though other hot and cold refreshments will still be available as usual.Unfortunately we’ve introduced this policy due to some recent anti-social behaviour on this service, to ensure that all of our customers can enjoy a more pleasant journey. On the day the British Transport Police, will be enforcing this alcohol ban at the station(s) and on board the train. East Coast have prohibited the possession of intoxicating liquor from the above mentioned train services on Friday 29 August 2014.It is an offence under Byelaw 4(2) of the Railway Byelaws, for any person travelling on the services listed above to be in possession of intoxicating liquor or to attempt to enter any of the above trains with intoxicating liquor.
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