However, the good news is that improvements are being made to the Brigg Line's infrastructure.
Our thanks to rail campaigner Paul Johnson for flagging up the suspension of trains on Saturday, June 17, when a replacement bus service will substitute.
The line runs from Sheffield to Cleethorpes via Brigg, and Network Rail will be undertaking improvement work in South Yorkshire.
Trains will still run between Sheffield and Kiverton Park, but a bus will ferry passengers between Woodhouse and Cleethorpes via Brigg.
There's a bit of a bonus - FOUR bus journeys will replace the usual THREE train trips along the length of the line.
Buses will leave Brigg in the Cleethorpes direction at 9.15am, 10.28am, 2.30pm and 6.30pm.
Buses will leave Brigg for the Sheffield area at 10.45am, 2.50pm, 6.30pm and 7.35pm.
Paul Johnson told Brigg Blog: "Coaches will pick up/drop off at the station entrance (if gates are open) or Station Road, if not."
He has kindly forwarded a useful graphic (below) produced by Lee Render to show the times. Click on the image to take a close look.
Also note that travellers in Barnetby and Kirton Lindsey will need to board the bus, rather than the train, on June 17.
The monthly Brigg Farmers' Market is not until the following Saturday, June 24.