Eurostar is now operating a reduced timetable due to severe weather conditions - train cancellations
Sunday 19, December 2010
Due to infrastructure issues on the French network caused by severe weather conditions, Eurostar is now operating a contingency timetable.
Eurostar 9030, 9039, 9148, 9153, 9045 and 9046 have been cancelled. Customers will be able to travel on the first available train. Customers booked on thoses services who choose not to travel are eligible for a refund, or can exchange their tickets in the next 60 days, for travel in the next 90 days.
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