The overall secretary of the RMT union, Mick Lynch, has vowed “a sustained marketing campaign of business motion which is able to shut down the railway system”. His members working for Community Rail and 13 practice operators are to strike on 21, 23 and 25 June, with results on the intervening days and 26 June.
The intention to “shut down the railway system” in a dispute over jobs, phrases and pay has not materialised, with Community Rail and practice firms planning to run trains on about half the rail community in Nice Britain, at the least between 7.30am and 6.30pm.
However there are huge areas of England, Wales and Scotland that can see no passenger trains.
Listed below are all of the companies cancelled on strike days.
West and southwest England
Cornwall and Dorset are closed to trains.
Nothing will run west of Plymouth on the road to Penzance, nor on its branches. The strains from Exeter to Okehampton and Barnstaple will even be closed.
The hyperlink from London Waterloo to Exeter will shut west of Basingstoke, and no trains will run west of Southampton to the New Forest, Bournemouth and Weymouth.
Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa, in addition to Hereford and the Malverns, will see no rail companies.
The Evening Riviera sleeper practice won’t run.
Guildford and Portsmouth will probably be disconnected from one another and from London Waterloo. The road that stretches alongside the South Coast from Southampton by way of Brighton and Eastbourne to Ashford will shut.
Crawley, Horsham, Arundel, Chichester, Worthing, Tonbridge, Hastings, Ramsgate and Margate are among the many many stations with no trains.
The important thing places off the rail map are Kingston and Bromley South.
Strains serving the Suffolk and Norfolk coasts will probably be misplaced, as will the hyperlink from Ely to Norwich.
Skegness, Lincoln, Worcester, Shrewsbury and wherever else off the primary strains will probably be lower off.
The nation may be very laborious hit, with just a few of the Valley strains into Cardiff and the hyperlink from the Welsh capital to Newport and into England open. Every thing else – west of Cardiff, by the center of the nation, alongside the north coast and connections with Chester and the Midlands – are closed.
Key cities with no rail companies embrace Chester and Hull, with the resorts of Blackpool and Southport within the west and Bridlington and Scarborough within the north off limits.
Some pretty stretches of line are closed: the Cumbria coast service, Middlesbrough to Whitby, Skipton to Carlisle and the road from there to Newcastle shadowing Hadrian’s Wall.
As with Wales, virtually nothing is working apart from the East and West Coast predominant strains from, respectively, Berwick and Carlisle, and a few hyperlinks between Glasgow, Edinburgh and Bathgate. Something north, or west of this – together with the strains to Dumfries, Stranraer, Oban, Fort William, Stirling, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness is closed. Vacationers are anticipated to be very laborious hit.
The Caledonian Sleeper won’t run.