Trains are disrupted on the East Midlands London St Pancras to Nottingham route due to flooding at the railway near Clay Cross.
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The service between Nottingham and Worksop has been suspended due to a signalling problem.
Replacement bus services are being set up whilst trains are unable to run.
An event is being held today to mark 175 years of train travel between Derby and Nottingham.
A special train is to run between the two cities, starting in Derby, and it will have a commemorative 'Midland Counties Railways' headboard. The first train to run the route was on Thursday 30 May 1839.
Before the train sets off, the Mayor of Derby will unveil a plaque to mark the occasion.
East Midlands Train services north of Chesterfield in Derbyshire are running again from today, after a landslip closed two sections of track last month.
Extremely wet weather led to a hillside becoming unstable between Chesterfield & Sheffield, putting two tracks at risk on February 18.
Since then a revised service has been in operation after one of the two tracks near Unstone was closed
Initial estimates indicated that services would be disrupted for four to six weeks. However work on site progressed better than expected, and the lines reopened this morning.
Network Rail thanked affected passengers for their patience, saying:
The work completed so far has prioritised making the track safe so that trains can run but work to fully stabilise the hillside will continue for several months yet. Trains will run at a slightly reduced speed past the worksite but this will not significantly affect journey times.
PHIL VERSTER, ROUTE MANAGING DIRECTOR FOR NETWORK RAIL
East Midlands Trains says all its train services will run as normal from 8am on Saturday 8th March.
A revised service had been in operation along some parts of the line to London because a hill-slide damaged the track between Sheffield and Chesterfield.
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The signs mean trains will be allowed to reach those speeds for the first time ever. It is part of the £70million improvement plans delivered by Network Rail and the train company.
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The move is the latest stage in the train operator's plan to ensure passengers have access to wireless internet across its mainline routes, both on board trains and at stations.
The programme will be completed by spring 2014.