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Damage caused by a wall collapsing onto the track between Liverpool Lime Street and Edge Hill, means that East Midland Trains are unable to run to or from Liverpool Lime Street.
The collapse damaged the overhead wires in the process. This is now disrupting trains on the Liverpool Lime Street / Nottingham / Norwich route.
A spokesperson for Network Rail, said:
Our engineers are currently on site to assess the damage and we will provide more information once this examination has been carried out.
Early indications suggest that train services will not resume for several days while extensive clear up and repairs take place to make the location safe again.
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East Midlands Trains is running an amended service on its route between London and Nottingham. There was a serious signal failure at Luton yesterday. Engineers have been working through the night and the line is open. But there is a reduced service.
After a serious signalling fault at Luton yesterday, there is disruption on East Midlands Trains on the London to Nottingham route. Delays are expected to continue into the afternoon.
#EMTUpdate Customers are able to use their East Midlands Trains tickets to travel tomorrow if affected by the disruption on our London route
- East Midlands Trains website has more information.
East Midlands Trains says its services in and out of London are being disrupted because of a significant fault with the signalling system at Luton. The company has been trying to sort the problem since yesterday, and says it is disrupting trains on the London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield route.
Trains will be disrupted throughout the morning and into the afternoon.
There are delays on East Midlands trains between Kettering and Leicester this morning. It is due to a person being hit by a train.
No East Midlands Trains services are operating between Spalding and Peterborough due to a police incident near the railway.
The incident between Sleaford and Peterborough means trains between Nottingham, Lincoln Central and Peterborough may be ammended to terminate at Sleaford.
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East Midlands trains are unable to run between Stoke and Derby in both directions this afternoon due to a broken down train between Stoke and Uttoxeter.
A replacement bus service is in place with tickets being accepted on London Midland services between Stoke and Crewe.
No service on East Midlands Trains between Melton Mowbray and Oakham due to landslide between Oakham and Corby.
The landslide occurred at the Corby Tunnel between Oakham and Corby, which means trains are unable to run between these stations.
This is expected to last throughout the day.