There is no service between (somewhere) and (somewhere)

When a train line is not running as usual, you will see signs or hear announcements saying that "There is no service between ___ and ___." This means that the train doesn't stop between those two places.

Another example of "no service" is on a telephone that doesn't work. If you try to call someone but nothing happens, you can say:

There's no service.

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