The working timetable (WTT) is the rail industry’s version of the public national timetable
It shows all movements on the rail network including freight trains, empty trains and those coming in and out of depots. It also includes our unique identification codes for each train, and intermediate times for journeys, including which stations a train is not scheduled to stop at.
Important: these documents have been made available for rail industry professionals and should not be confused with the passenger timetable. If you have any questions, please contact NRT-WTT@networkrail.co.uk