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Delays on London Midland due to derailment

Delays on London Midland due to derailment Credit: PA

A derailed train between Watford Junction and Kings Langley is affecting London Midland services this morning. It is being reported the train hit a landslide.

Tickets are being accepted on Chiltern Railway and East Midlands Train services.

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London Midland trains suspended Aston to Lichfield

London Midland train services are suspended between Aston and Lichfield Trent Valley after a vehicle crashed into a bridge near Erdington.

Services are expected to be up and running at around midday.

Tickets are being accepted on local bus routes.

No trains between Snow Hill to Stourbridge

No trains are running between Snow Hill and Stourbridge on the London Midland line due to heavy flooding.

Trains are affected between Snow Hill and Stourbridge Credit: PA Archive/PA Images

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Tickets are being accepted on a number of local buses and trains.

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Delays on London Midland trains between Birmingham New Street and Aston.

Delays due to overhead line problems. Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Delays of up to 30 minutes are expected between Birmingham New Street and Lichfield Trent Valley due to overhead line problems between Birmingham New Street and Aston.

Replacement bus service are running between Sutton Coldfield and Lichfield Trent Valley.

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Travel Update: Trains delayed due to sheep on tracks

All train lines have been reopened between Shirley and Stratford-Upon-Avon after a delayed caused by sheep on the train tracks at Wythall.

Trains are running at a reduced speed which is causing delays of up to 20 minutes between Shirley and Stratford-upon-Avon until approximately 6:00pm.

Extra trains to run during Rugby World Cup matches

Fans going to Rugby World Cup matches will benefit from extra trains to help them get there, it has been announced.

London Midland will lay on extra trains Credit: PA

London Midland will be running extra services for matches at Wembley, Milton Keynes and Villa Park in September and October.

The train company is advising rail travellers that services will be busy on match day, adding that passengers should allow extra time to make their journeys.

Fans travelling to the games at Villa Park on 26 and 27 September are also being warned that Birmingham will be particularly busy as this will be the first weekend when the new Grand Central shopping centre will be open above New Street station.

Fans are advised to use the following stations for specific matches:

  • Fans travelling to Villa Park are advised to use Aston station. Additional services will run before and after the games.
  • For matches at StadiumMK there will be additional services to and from Milton Keynes Central and some trains will have extra carriages.
  • For matches at Wembley Stadium, additional stops will be put in to London Midland’s services at Wembley Central.
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