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Extra trains to call at Carlton Station on Sunday from next month


Extra trains are to run from Carlton Station on Sundays from the beginning of next month.

The move comes after passengers pushed for more services to call at the station on a Sunday.

Currently the first train to Nottingham from Carlton Station is after 4pm.

The new two-hourly Sunday service will be introduced by East Midland Trains on May 21.

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From this date the first trains to call at Carlton will be at 9.36am (heading to Lincoln) and 9.58am (going to Nottingham).

The next train to Lincoln that stops at Carlton will be at 11.36am and then 14.41pm and 17.33pm. The last train into Carlton heading to Lincoln will be at 22.34pm.

The next train to Nottingham following the 9.56am call at Carlton will be at 12.10pm. Trains will then run at 15.16pm, 17.14pm, 17.52pm and 19.01pm. The last train heading to Nottingham that calls at Carlton on Sundays will be at 23.05pm.

For more information visit www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk

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