New operator of East Midlands rail services unveils plans for improvements to trains and timetables
The new firm taking over rail services to and from Spalding has revealed its plans for passengers.
Dutch state-owned rail operator Abellio is promising hourly services between Spalding, Sleaford, Lincoln and Peterborough, "refurbished, modern trains" and "improved comfort" when it takes over the route on August 18.
As reported in the Spalding Guardian four weeks ago, Abellio is to replace Stagecoach (East Midlands Trains) as the operator of services on the Great Northern Great Eastern Line between Peterborough and Doncaster.
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