Peterborough is a large junction station on the East Coast Main Line in the UK. While most long distance services pass through without stopping, it is also the point at which several regional routes converge. Additionally, a large amount of the UK’s freight traffic passes through the station on its way to and from Felixstowe, and a new diveunder has recently been constructed to the north of the station to allow freight to access the line to Spalding without blocking the main line.
The timetable includes the following standard off peak services:
– 1tp2h London King’s Cross to Lincoln (LNER)
– 1tp2h London King’s Cross to York (LNER)
– 2tph London King’s Cross to Leeds (LNER) – 1tp2h extends to Harrogate
– 3tp2h London King’s Cross to Edinburgh (LNER)
– 5tpd London King’s Cross to Hull (HT)
– 2tpd London King’s Cross to Beverley (HT)
– 5tpd London King’s Cross to Sunderland (GC)
– 4tpd London King’s Cross to Bradford Interchange (GC)
– 5tpd London King’s Cross to Edinburgh (LU)
– 2tph Peterborough to Horsham (TL)
– 1tph Birmingham New Street to Cambridge (XC) – 1tp2h extends to Stansted Airport
– 1tp2h Ipswich to Peterborough (GA)
– 1tph Peterborough to Lincoln (EM) – 1tp2h extends to Doncaster
– 1tph Liverpool Lime Street to Norwich (EM)
LNER also operate various services a few times a day to locations such as Bradford Forster Square, Hull, Middlesborough, Glasgow Central and Aberdeen.
Some additional services operate during peak hours (mainly by Great Northern), and a variety of freight services to various destinations run throughout the day.
Some operational tips can be found in the included documentation – its strongly advised that these are read before attempting operation!
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