Wrexham & Shropshire has ceased operations as of Friday 28th January.
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You can find the official Wrexham & Shropshire press release here .
This very difficult decision has been taken following a full review of all possible alternatives, in which it was concluded that the business, which operates with no public subsidy, would not provide a return on investment.
From Saturday 29th January, all Wrexham & Shropshire tickets already purchased will be valid on alternative routes into London Euston operated by Arriva Trains Wales, London Midland and Virgin Trains, and London Marylebone by Chiltern Railways. If you have already purchased a Wrexham & Shropshire ticket for travel after 28th January, please click here for alternative travel arrangements .
The Wrexham & Shropshire customer service centre will remain open to provide customer support. To contact them, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0845 260 5200.
Trains originate at Wrexham General railway station and run to London Marylebone in the capital city, connecting at 11 total intermediate stations in the West Midlands, including Ruabon, Chirk, Gobowen, Shrewsbury, Wellington, Telford Central, Cosford, Wolverhampton, Tame Bridge Parkway, Leamington Spa and Banbury.
Wrexham & Shropshire does not charge separate peak and off-peak fares, offering flat rates for tickets on its services. Travellers are also welcome to enjoy complimentary WiFi internet access on board Wrexham & Shropshire trains.
First class travellers with Wrexham & Shropshire receive complimentary at-seat food, and standard class is offered a buffet for the entire journey.