Marylebone station has reopened after a cable fire which disrupted Chiltern rail services between Birmingham and London.
Thousands of passengers were affected by the closure of the mainline yesterday.
Repair work has been carried out overnight.
Trains into London from the West Midlands could still be affected tomorrow after a signal cable fire caused significant damage and forced the closure of Marylebone Station. Passengers travelling on Tuesday morning should check the Chiltern Railways website
Chiltern Railways have launched a new, faster service to from Birmingham to London.
It'll reduce the journey time by 22 minutes and offer the first train of the day out of Birmingham to London.
Virgin Trains say that competition is good for customers.
New, faster train services have begun today between Birmingham and London. Chiltern Railways says its route is rivalling Virgin's West Coast mainline and it wants to win over some business commuters.
Virgin says it welcomes competition. But it says its London services are still faster and more frequent . Keith Wilkinson reports.
Thomas Ableman from Chiltern Railways explains how they are expecting a lot of business for the new service.
Virgin Trains, who operate on the West Coast Mainline, say that competition is good for customers and it has more frequent, faster services.
Chiltern Railways have launched a new, faster service from Birmingham's business district, Birmingham Snow Hill, to London's Marylebone station.
The journey time will be reduced by 22 minutes and it will offer the first service of the day out of Birmingham to London.
They will also be offering peak morning and evening trains, with all trains leaving London between 5.30pm and 10.00pm, stopping at Birmingham Snow Hill.