The main routes of East Midlands Railway are concentrated in the middle east of England, with the southernmost stop being London St. Pancras International station and the route north to Scarborough, as you can see on the detailed route map. The company operates two types of services: long-distance train services to and from London St Pancras station, and regional train services. Regional services connect towns in the East Midlands with the Midlands and the North of England - linking London with cities such as Sheffield, York, Derby, Corby, Nottingham and Leeds.East Midlands Trains offer a large number of travel destinations throughout the UK, including major cities such as London, Liverpool and Manchester. In addition to this, smaller cities within the UK - including Lincoln and Norwich - can be reached by East Midlands Trains.East Midlands' service is great, they have 24/7 service, so if you need a refund for a train delay, drop your luggage or any other situation, you can contact the staff at any time. Its train delay 30-59 minutes, Single Ticket can get 50% compensation, Return Ticket can get 25% compensation; if delayed between 1 hour and 1 hour 59 minutes, Single Ticket can get full ticket compensation, Return Ticket can get 50% compensation; delayed 2 hours or more Both Single Ticket and Return Ticket are eligible for full fare compensation.
East Midlands Railway Main Line
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