TRAIN travellers in south Devon are being warned to expect more disruption as further strike action is planned. 

Great Western Railway says the RMT industrial action over three days will affect services. 

RMT members are due to strike on Thursday, Saturday July 22 and Saturday July 29 as part of their ongoing dispute.

In addition, there could be further train disruption until Saturday July 22 due to industrial action short of a strike by Aslef. 

GWR says this is likely to cause some short-notice alterations or cancellations and advises passengers to check journeys before setting out. 

On the RMT strike days, a significantly reduced, revised timetable will operate across several train operators, including GWR, and many parts of the GWR network will have no service at all.

Services will start later, finish much earlier, only operating for a limited period during the day.

During action short of a strike and the days after strikes, services could also be affected by a limited number of short-notice cancellations and alterations. The Night Riviera Sleeper service will not run in either direction from until Friday July 21, resuming on Sunday 23 July.

Trains that are operating will be busier than usual because GWR will not be able to offer the normal service frequency. 

Other train operators are also affected by this action, so onward travel could also be affected.