Posted: Tue 20th Nov 2018

Wrexham and Bidston trains reduced to a 2 hourly service due to damaged trains for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 20th, 2018

Trains between Wrexham and Bidston are running on a reduced timetable today due to damaged trains and last months storm ‘Callum.’

In an update on its website today Transport for Wales says: “We apologise for the current changes to timetabled services and the decreased capacity of our trains. We are doing everything possible to improve this regrettable situation.

“Due to continuing problems resulting from storm Callum and damage to wheels caused by seasonal conditions, more trains than usual are currently undergoing repair at Transport for Wales depots.”

As a result, an amended timetable will be in operation today.

Wrexham Central – Bidston

Between 0600 – 1830, trains will run every 2 hours, departing Wrexham Central at 07:32, 09:32, 11:32, 13:32, 15:32, 17:45 and then as per the advertised timetable , departing Bidston at 08:32, 10:32, 12:32, 14:32, 16:32, 18:45 and then as per the advertised timetable.

They added: “Replacement buses will run in lieu of cancelled trains.”

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