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Demolition work will get underway today of the old Ilkeston train station, 50 years after it closed.
It will make way for a new one costing £6.5 million.
Ilkeston has often been described as the largest town in England without a train station after Dr Beeching, a former Chairman of British Railways, brought out a report in the 1960s, which led to thousands of stations and many railways closing down.
The new station will have two platforms, automated ticket machines, a 150-space car park and a taxi rank.
It will also service the Nottingham to Leeds line.
London Midland train services have been suspended between Barnt Green and Redditch after a vehicle hit a bridge.
All lines are blocked and Cross City line trains are unable to run south of Barnt Green.
There are delays of up to 45 minutes on East Midlands Trains between Nottingham and Skegness due to a signalling problem at Grantham.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
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.
The age of steam returned to Birmingham New Street today - with the appearance of a famous, old locomotive.
As a modern day Pendolino train left the station, the 76-year old veteran - the Duchess of Sutherland - steamed into the city.
The Coronation class engine is normally based at Butterley in Derbyshire. But today she hauled a special train called The Midlander between Birmingham and London Euston.
Nottingham's revamped station is great for the city attracting businesses, according to Lilian Greenwood, MP for Nottingham South.
She spoke to ITV News Central on the day passengers have been able to use the new southern concourse for the first time.
It is part of the £50million transformation which links platforms to a multi-storey car park, and eventually two new tram lines. It will be completed later this year.
Passengers at Nottingham's railway station will be able to use the new Southern Concourse for the first time today.
When it is completed it will link the platforms to a multi-storey car park and two new tram lines.
It is part of a £1billion improvement scheme for the area - £50million of which is being spent on the station.
Figures show that cases of railway trespass soar during the school holidays and after the clocks change - as children play outside during longer and lighter evenings.
Now police and rail safety officials are trying new tactics to spread the safety message during the Easter break.
They're patrolling in a special train - along the Robin Hood line in Nottinghamshire. Anyone they spot who shouldn't be there, could face up to ten years in prison, or a £1000 fine.