UK rail strike: reduced timetable on 27 and 28 July for Eurostar services
There will be a national strike across the UK railway network on 27 July. Although the strike doesn’t involve Eurostar staff, it will have an impact on their timetable as running hours have been reduced on UK rail lines, including the high-speed line they use.
To find out if your train is running or cancelled, please check our revised timetable below: Reduced Timetable 27-28 July 2022 EN.pd
If your Eurostar train is scheduled to run, there will still be major disruption to local railway traffic in the UK, which may affect connecting journeys.
When are the next rail strikes scheduled in the UK?
- On Wednesday 27 July, only 20 per cent of National Rail services will run due to a scheduled RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers) strike. Passengers are urged to only travel by train if their journey is essential.
- On Saturday 30 July, a walkout organised by train drivers’ union Aslef will take place, affecting trains from Arriva Rail London, Greater Anglia, Great Western, Hull Trains, LNER, Southeastern and West Midlands Trains.
- Further RMT rail strikes are scheduled in August – on Thursday 18 and Saturday 20 August.
Travelers are advised to monitor the situation, confirm the status of their trains prior to departure, and contact Eurostar directly for more information.