Mud on the line has suspended all services between Carlisle and Newcastle.
The line is has been closed since 9am this morning and expected to reopen at around 12noon once the debris on the line just outside Brampton has been cleared.
A spokesman from ScotRail said: "We would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience caused by this incident, which was beyond our control."
Replacement bus services are running between Carlisle and Hexham and Hexham and Newcastle.
Train services between Newcastle and Carlisle have been suspended due to a landslide in Cumbria.
ScotRail, Northern Rail and East Coast are all affected after the landslip between Brampton and Haltwhistle.
On the eve of the centenary of World War One a number of memorial services have been taking place across Cumbria an the South of Scotland.
Lori Carnochan has been along to one of the services in Brampton:
Glory is the bionic dog with a tale that's bound to make to you smile.
A year ago we told you about her, a street dog from Romania who'd had three paws amputated.
Well, now, she's been fitted with prosthetic legs and appears to be enjoying her new life in the Cumbrian town of Brampton. Katie Hunter reports:
Last year we met Glory, a Romanian street dog who had three paws amputated.
She's now been adopted by a family in Brampton who raised more than £3,000 for prosthetic legs to give Glory a new lease of life.
You can watch her transformation below:
Glory's learning to walk and run on her new prosthetic limbs a year after being adopted by a Cumbrian family.
When Vanessa Bamkin from Brampton saw a photo of Glory on Facebook she decided to take action.
Glory was a street dog in Romania who had three paws amputated and could hardly walk.
Vanessa arranged for her to be moved to Cumbria before raising more than £3,000 to pay for three new prosthetic limbs.
A year ago we told you about Glory - the street dog from Romania who'd had three paws amputated.
She's now been fitted with prosthetic legs and appears to be enjoying her new life in the Cumbrian town of Brampton.
Glory's owner says the transformation has been fantastic:
Testing is taking place in cattle herds across the Brampton area of north Cumbria after a confirmed case of Bovine TB.
Farmers are being urged to double check the source of cattle they bring into the county to prevent the number of cases increasing.
A case of Bovine TB has been confirmed in the Brampton area of north Cumbria.
Movement restrictions have been placed on cattle at the affected farm.
Cumbria remain a low risk area for Bovine TB but farmers are being urged to take extra precautions in light of this new case.
Katie Hunter reports:
A spokesman for the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) - the department of DEFRA that deals with cases linked to bovine TB - told ITV Border what is being done surrounding the current outbreak.
“Cumbria is a low risk area for bovine TB. Each year there are a small number of bovine TB incidents in the county, typically due to infection being inadvertently carried in cattle bought from herds in a high risk area. AHVLA has also found no evidence of TB infection in local wildlife.
“Bovine TB can have a devastating effect on farm businesses, which is why there are strict measures to control it. In low risk areas such as Cumbria, herds within a three kilometre radius of a TB incident are placed on more regular testing to reduce the risk of infection.”