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.
Rail passengers travelling north today are warned to expect delays because of a line side fire near Wembley. All services between Milton Keynes Central and London Euston are shut for repairs until early afternoon.
Travellers are advised to check services in advance:
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Some services on the West Coast Mainline are disrupted because of a line side fire near Wembley. All services between Milton Keynes Central and London Euston are currently suspended - this is also causing delays for those travelling north.
Travellers are urged to check with their train operator or nationalrail.co.uk before making journey arrangements.
Rail passengers are experiencing delays of up to 25 minutes on journeys between Carlisle and Lancaster this morning.
Virgin Trains and TransPennine Express are having to run at reduced speeds on the line between Oxenholme Lake District and Penrith North Lakes.
Disruption is expected until 12pm today.
It's been confirmed that Virgin will continue to operate the West Coast Main line. Their contract has been extended for a further two years and nine months.
The announcement follows on from a two year controversy surrounding who had the rights to operate the line. The governement had awarded it to First Group but "significant technical flaws" in the bidding process meant bidding had to be re-opened.
Mike Hewitson, Head of Policy for Passenger Focus, spoke to ITV's Ian Payne about the deal.
An MP is claiming that lessons haven't been learned from the Grayrigg train crash, which happened 7 years ago. The disaster killed one passenger and injured 86 others.
MP Tim Farron says that a review carried out after the crash in 2007 was a "missed opportunity" to look at the safety of the points on railway lines nationwide.
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron says there should be a public inquiry into the Grayrigg train derailment.
Dhemar Johnson lives in Grayrigg and was one of the first on the scene with Kendal Mountain Rescue when a Virgin West Coast train left the track and fell down an embankment near the Cumbrian village.
Seven years ago today, On 23 Febryary 2007, a Virgin West Coast train left the track and fell down an embankment near the Cumbrian village of Grayrigg.
Kendal Mountain Rescue was one of the first on the scene. Eddie Harrison was the team leader that night.
The Grayrigg train disaster which killed one person and left several other passengers injured will be remembered.
Today marks seven years since the Virgin West Coast Pendolino Train derailed near the village of Grayrigg in Cumbria.
A points failure was blamed for the accident.