Buses replace trains between Honiton and Exeter for five days of rail line engineering work

Buses replace trains as the railway lines between Honiton and Exeter remain closed for engineering word until Friday (October 30).

The work began at the Exmouth Junction, in Exeter, on Sunday (October 25).

South Western Railway said the normal hourly train service will run between London Waterloo and Honiton.

Replacement buses will run between Honiton and Exeter.

South Western Railway (SWR) confirmed there will be an hourly limited stop bus service from Honiton, calling at Exeter Central and Exeter St. David’s only.

And there will be a further bus service leaving Honiton each hour, calling at all stations to Exeter St. David’s.

Next month there will be no direct trains from Honiton to Waterloo on Sunday, November 29, because of engineering work in the Woking area.

South Western Railway said services between Exeter and London Waterloo will terminate at Basingstoke.

Buses will run between Basingstoke, Guildford and Woking.

The train company said passengers were advised to check the Journey Planner on South Western Railway’s website for further details.

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