If you are heading into the Capital to join in the celebrations between 2-5 June 2012, please allow yourself plenty of time to get to final destination, as our trains – and the whole of central London – are expected to be extremely busy.
Planning your day
There are several websites that can help you make the most of your day:
Please be aware that certain areas will be closed off when they are deemed to be full – much the same as on New Year's Eve. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get back for your train, as you may have to find an alternative route back to the station.
Getting into London
Trains are expected to be very busy, so we are adding carriages to many services to help meet the extra demand. However, please note that due to engineering works, there will be a rail replacement bus service between Northampton and Rugby / Milton Keynes on Sunday and Monday. We will still be running direct trains between Birmingham/Crewe and London (avoiding Northampton).
On Tuesday 5 June a Saturday-based timetable will be running on all routes to/from London.
To plan your journey, simply visit the National Rail Enquiries website.
Save time, buy online
Avoid queuing for your tickets at the station by booking them online. You can collect them from the self-service ticket machine at the station on your way to the train.
To book any UK train tickets online with no booking or credit/debit card fees, click here.
Keep up to date
We hope you have a great time!