Railway strikes: how are your services affected?
Arriva Rail North expects to run 65% of its normal weekday timetable.
RMT members are picketing railway stations on the Arriva Rail North (Northern) and Greater Anglia networks in a dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Greater Anglia said it was aiming to run a normal service despite the action, but Northern was expecting to run 65% of the weekday timetable, mainly between 7am and 7pm.
The company warns that trains and replacement buses will be extremely busy, and advises passengers to allow extra time for journeys, plan carefully and consider whether travel is necessary.
The following are the only routes running, with revised timetables, and bus replacement services where indicated. The Northern Rail website has more details.
Bishop — Saltburn
Blackburn — Todmorden & Hebden Bridge (buses)
Blackpool North — Preston (buses)
Blackpool South — Colne (buses & trains)
Lancaster — Morecambe (buses)
Leeds — Bradford
Leeds — Casteford — Knottingley
Leeds — Doncaster
Leeds — Harrogate — York
Leeds — Huddersfield
Leeds — Selby & York
Leeds — Sheffield
Leeds & Bradford — Ilkley
Leeds & Bradford — Skipton
Liverpool — Norwich
Liverpool — Wigan
Manchester — Bolton — Blackburn
Manchester OXR — Warrington
Manchester Piccadilly — Alderley Edge
Manchester Piccadilly — Hadfield
Manchester Piccadilly — Hazel Grove — Buxton
Manchester Piccadilly — Macclesfield
Manchester Piccadilly — Rose Hill & New Mills
Manchester Victoria — Clitheroe
Manchester Victoria — Huddersfield (buses & trains)
Manchester Victoria — Liverpool (buses & trains)
Manchester Victoria — Wigan
Middlesbrough — Whitby
Newcastle — Morpeth
Oxenholme — Windermere
Preston — Manchester Airport
Preston — Ormskirk buses
Sheffield — Barnsley — Huddersfield
Sheffield — Hull
Sheffield — Lincoln
Skipton — Carlisle & Lancaster
Stockport — Chester
York — Hull