Commuters are being instructed to find alternative routes after train strikes are expected to impact several Buckinghamshire train stations.

Industrial action has been planned for Sunday, January 7 to Friday, January 12 with the Chiltern Railways line from Aylesbury to London Marylebone being impacted.

Additionally, the underground line from Amersham which concludes at Aldgate in the capital will also be unusable due to the protests.

In a statement that was published on the Chiltern Railways website, they said: “Members of the RMT Union working for London Underground have been instructed to take part in a period of industrial action from Sunday, January 7 through to Friday, January 12.

“Chiltern Railways services that run via Amersham run along London Underground infrastructure (including the tracks and signalling systems) and will therefore be affected by the industrial action.

“In addition on some days and at certain times our trains will not be able to call at South Ruislip, as the station will be closed.

“The impact on services will vary day-by-day.

“We expect to run a normal timetabled service.

“Where possible, after 1800 trains will be formed of more carriages than normal on the Chiltern Railways route that runs along the London Underground Metropolitan Line via Amersham.”

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