NO LNER trains travelling between London and Edinburgh will stop at Dunbar on Friday (March 1).

Strike action by ASLEF drivers means that a number of services connecting the two capitals will be cancelled.

Normally, 13 LNER services run between Dunbar and London Kings Cross on a Friday, starting at about 6.10am.

In the opposite direction, a further 13 LNER services would run from London Kings Cross to the East Lothian town, beginning at 5.48am.

However, a timetable published by LNER shows a reduction in the number of services on the line.

Just six trains will head from London to Edinburgh with half a dozen trains heading in the opposite direction.

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According to National Rail: “On Friday March 1, a reduced service will operate between London Kings Cross and Leeds / Edinburgh only.

“There will be no LNER service to/from Lincoln, Skipton, Bradford, Harrogate, Hull, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Glasgow, Aberdeen or Inverness.

“LNER will not be stopping at Northallerton, Morpeth, Alnmouth, Reston or Dunbar.

“First services of the day will be later than usual and last services of the day will be earlier than normal.”

Scotrail services are operating as normal from Dunbar on Friday.