http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/sea...7/0000-2359?stp=WVS&show=all&order=wtt&toc=LM Long distance wise, excluding services operating exclusively on the South WCML (not operating North of Northampton): Looking at a snapshot on RTT at LNR trains at Birmingham International on 27th May 19, the general hourly off peak pattern M - F. Correct if wrong. [Edit: Have taken previous general hourly pattern out of post due to route planners now showing some trains will join and split at Birmingham New St, to avoid complications and confusions. Further discussion of printed timetables and stopping patterns can be found between posters further in the thread]. Also worth mentioning there are some services starting from or terminating at Coventry. Quite a drastic change as far as through WCML services go. Could it be the biggest change on the route since the Very High Frequency timetable was introduced into operation by Virgin Trains back in 2008? Like the idea of less trains starting and terminating at Birmingham New St. Capacity wise. Seems quite innovative. And appears the towns of Walsall and Cannock get their first ever off peak hourly service to London. And it appears Smethwick Galton Bridge and Penkridge do too. Also by default links the likes of Northampton, Coventry, Birmingham Intl, Marston Green etc directly to Liverpool with no changes.