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Posted on 18 October 2002  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

WAGN Sunday services will be adversely affected by Route Modernisation works from October 2002 until December 2003.

Consequently, the ability to offer longer or additional trains at either White Hart Lane or Northumberland Park will vary week by week during this period. On certain occasions, some services may not be able to operate at all.

The most immediate effect, for the next two Spurs Sunday fixtures, is as follows:

Spurs v Bolton Wanderers, Sunday 20th October 2002

The route via Seven Sisters and White Hart Lane station is shut and no trains will operate. A very limited bus replacement service will apply, but it is recommended that supporters avoid this facility.

A reduced rail service of two trains per hour will run to and from Liverpool Street via Tottenham Hale, and will make additional calls at Northumberland Park before and after the game. It will not be possible to arrange any extra trains in connection with this fixture.

Spurs v Chelsea, Sunday 3rd November 2002

The route via Seven Sisters and White Hart Lane station is shut and no trains will operate. A very limited bus replacement service will apply but it is recommended that supporters avoid this facility.

Services will run to and from Liverpool Street via Tottenham Hale, and will make additional calls at Northumberland Park before and after the game. The possibility of running extra services in connection with this fixture is being examined.

Supporters should call National Rail Enquiries on 08457-48-49-50, or ask at their local station, for further details.