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No trains for the rest of the month

Following the fatal rail crash near Hatfield on the 17th October, there will be no trains running through the village for the rest of the month, and probably longer. WAGN are continuing to run a regular bus service between Potters Bar and Stevenage, calling at Potters Bar, Brookmans Park, Welham Green, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn North, Knebworth and Stevenage.

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WAGN have also published a revised emergency timetable, the details of which are reprinted below:

The train service between Potters Bar and London Moorgate will depart Potters Bar at 5, 15, 25, 35, 45 and 55 minutes past each hour, commencing at 6am. All trains will stop at all stations, however arrivals after 20:30 will terminate at Kings Cross.

The train service between Moorgate and Potters Bar will depart Moorgate at 6, 16, 26, 36, 46 and 56 minutes past each hour. All trains will stop at all stations, however departures after 20:30 will be from Kings Cross.

Buses are running from Potters Bar calling at all stations to Stevenage, an additional service is running between Potters Bar, Cuffley, Hertford North and Stevenage.

In addition, WAGN is providing peak time buses (6:00-10:00, 16:00-21:00) from Welwyn Garden City to St Albans, and Stevenage to Luton Airport Parkway. WAGN tickets are valid on these buses, and also the Thameslink services running into London.

This timetable is valid Monday to Friday until further notice - a separate timetable will be in operation at the weekend.

October 24, 2000

Related news items

Broken rail caused derailment - Railtrack - October 19, 2000
Station fencing plan challenged - April 3, 2000

Station: security concerns raised - February 19, 2000
Toughened glass for station shelters - February 12, 2000
Station renovations continue - Jan 29, 2000
Patrols to target rail vandals - Dec 2, 1999
New station shelter vandalised - Dec 1, 1999
New shelter for station - Nov 29, 1999
Station shelter - work underway - Nov 11, 1999
New waiting room to be built next week - Nov 11, 1999
Station facelift brought forward - Nov 4, 1999
Vandals target station waiting room - Nov 2, 1999
Local residents to meet Railtrack - Oct 15, 1999
Vandalism to track damages train - Sept 9
Railtrack invite feedback on station  -  Sept 5
Railtrack to tackle vandalism  -  August 23, 1999
New plans to beat vandals -  July 13, 1999
Crackdown on station vandalism -  July 9, 1999
Station face-lift hits buffers -  March 19, 1999
WAGN failures -  August 20, 1998
WAGN anger - July 12, 1998

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