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Travel Update - Liverpool

Posted on 16 September 2011  - 12:00

White Hart Lane will be served by extra trains for this weekend’s match against Liverpool for approximately two to three hours before and after the game, including additional trains stopping at Hertford East trains. All services shown in the timetable are planned to be formed of eight carriages.

Travel Update - Liverpool

White Hart Lane will be served by extra trains for this weekend’s match against Liverpool for approximately two to three hours before and after the game, including additional trains stopping at Hertford East trains. All services shown in the timetable are planned to be formed of eight carriages.

Fans are reminded that kick-off is 1.30pm.

Northumberland Park will be opened for trains to stop between the times shown below (please see timetable for full details of stations served and note that Waltham Cross (pre-match), Enfield Lock, Brimsdown and Ponders End will be served hourly as per a normal Sunday service):

Pre-match

Southbound: First train arrives at 10:37. Last train arrives at 13:20.

Northbound: First train arrives at 10:57. Last train arrives at 13:24.

Post match

Southbound: First train departs at 15:37. Last trains departs at 18:11.

Northbound: First train departs at 15:24. Last trains departs at 18:57.

View the full timetable in pdf format...

ENGINEERING WORK – IMPORTANT NOTE

There will be rail replacement service buses running between Cambridge and Bishops Stortford due to ongoing engineering works. Please see timetable for more information.

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE – SECTION OF A10 – IMPORTANT NOTE

The Hackney Carnival is due to take place on Sunday 18th September between 1200pm and 2pm. As a result, the A10 northbound will be closed from the junction with Balls Pond Road to Stoke Newington Church Street. The southbound A10 will remain open and will not be impacted by the event. A traffic diversion will operate during the event.

Any supporters planning to drive to the match are advised to allow extra time for their journey and to seek an alternative route to the northbound A10 at Dalston where delays are possible.