Rail services set to be disrupted by essential engineering works

Due to essential engineering works this Sunday, October 15, bus substitutions will be operating on the train line between Belfast and Portadown.
NI Railways will be carrying out essential engineering works this Sunday, October 15.NI Railways will be carrying out essential engineering works this Sunday, October 15.
NI Railways will be carrying out essential engineering works this Sunday, October 15.

For Enterprise passengers, scheduled services will run between Portadown and Dublin Connolly with coach substitutions operating from Belfast Lanyon Place to Newry.

Return trains from Dublin will connect with coach substitution services at Newry for Belfast Lanyon Place.

For local train services, a bus substitution will operate between Belfast Great Victoria Street and Portadown, as well as limited bus substitutions to Newry. Bus substitutions will leave from main stations and main road bus sub stops.

NI Railways tickets will also be valid for use on Ulsterbus and Metro scheduled services.

Passengers are also advised there will be works on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October on the Portadown and Dublin lines with bus substitutions in effect for local train services and Enterprise passengers. On Monday, October 30, trains from Belfast to Dublin will also operate as a bus substitution between Drogheda and Dublin, due to essential works being carried out by Irish Rail.

Passengers are advised to allow extra time for their journey, check online at www.translink.co.uk or use the Journey Planner before they travel as some bus substitution services may differ from train schedules.