11:12AM, Tuesday 20 August 2013
Extra early morning trains are being provided to help Reading Festival goers get home after the music has stopped on Sunday night.
First Great Western will be putting on two extra trains from Reading station to London Paddington on Monday at 1.37am, which will be a non-stop service, and 3.10am, which will call at Slough and Ealing Broadway.
A third service to Redhill, calling at Wokingham, Blackwater, North Camp, Guildford, Dorking and Reigate, will also leave Reading at 5.04am.
Music lovers are being advised to allow plenty of time for their journey and a queuing system will be in place at the station.
Visit www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk for more details.
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