Northern has released its revised timetables ahead of strike action next week (8th November).
The operator plans to run more than 1,300 services in order to keep the North moving, but Cumbria and North Lancashire seem to be halted in their tracks.
Drastically reduced timetables have been released, you can find the schedules below:
Train services between Barrow and Lancaster
Train services between Oxenholme and Windermere:
Replacement bus services between Oxenholme and Windermere:
Replacement bus services between Lancaster and Settle:
There will be no services at all between Lancaster and Morecambe.
Sharon Keith, regional director at Northern, said: “This is our highest service level yet on an RMT strike day.
“Rail replacement bus services are available on some routes where trains aren’t running and we ask everyone to plan ahead and keep checking services on our website.
“Information is being displayed on posters at stations and our colleagues will be across the network supporting customers on their journeys with any help or information they may need.”
The strike action is part of the ongoing dispute over driver-only trains.