East Midlands Trains is today (24 February) running a full timetable, following yesterday's widespread disruption caused by Storm Doris.
Customers with tickets for yesterday can use them today or get a full refund after many trains were either cancelled or delayed.
High winds caused damage to the overhead wires on the London route while other services were also subject to speed restrictions and other incidents, such as trees coming down onto railway lines.
Jake Kelly, Managing Director for East Midlands Trains, said:
We know customers had very disrupted journeys.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused and we also thank our customers for their patience.
The news comes as London Midland and Arriva Trains Wales announce they are still suffering with problems a day after Storm Doris.
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