Flooding in Aspatria has caused train services to be cancelled between Carlisle and Maryport. Services between Oxenholme and Windermere are also blocked. Trains are delayed for up to 60 minutes or have been cancelled.
Disruption is expected to continue into this afternoon. Rail replacements have been requested and passengers are advised to check the Northern website for the latest service updates.
Network Rail say trains have began running out of Euston with an amended timetable in place following a line side fire near Wembley.
Passengers are advised to still check before they travel with their train operator or visit www.nationalrail.com.
Drivers are set to face disruption when a £415,000 road improvement scheme gets underway near Dumfries.
Scotland TranServ is resurfacing a stretch of carriageway on the A5701 from Shieldhill to Blairhall Road - located around five miles north of Dumfries - from 7pm on Sunday 26 July to 6am Friday 7 August.
Transport Scotland say the scheme takes its investment in Dumfries and Galloway in the past 12 months to over £4.5 million.
While work is taking place a convoy system will be in operation overnight with two-way traffic lights in operation during day time hours although there will be no works or traffic management in place from Friday 31 July to Sunday 2 August.