National Rail has warned passengers services may be cancelled or delayed by up to 90 minutes.Read the full story ›
Passengers travelling betwren Euston and Birmingham could experience delays this morning thanks to a broken down train at Leighton Buzzard.
Trains are beginning to run again today following engineering works and break in services over Christmas.
Network Rail are recommending that passengers check the Network Rail website as there will be limited services running.
Services at a stand on Virgin Trains East Coast between Retford and Doncaster due to overhead line problems.
Tickets being accepted on other routes on Virgin East Coast services. All lines are currently blocked.
The disruption is also affecting Hull Trains.
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All lines are blocked at Stoke-On-Trent following a lorry collision into a bridge.
After a bridge partially collapsed at Barrow-upon-Soar station last week, there are some changes to trains this evening.
It affects services running north of Leicester:
- 20:36 Nottingham to Leicester: This train will no longer run, the 21:35 from Nottingham to Leicester will run as normal.
- 21:26 Leicester to Nottingham: A rail replacement bus will be running, departing from Leicester at 21:26 and calling at Syston, Sileby, Barrow-upon-Soar, East Midlands Parkway, Beeston and Nottingham
- 20:49 Sheffield to London St Pancras: This train will no longer call at Loughborough. You can change at East Midlands Parkway where a train will depart at 21:40 for Loughborough.
Keep an eye on East Midlands Trains Twitter @EMTrains for any last minute changes to services.
The train line at Barrow on Soar, a direct route from the East Midlands to London, has reopened after being blocked by debris.Read the full story ›
Following on the bridge collapse in Barrow Upon Soar yesterday, Network Rail have confirmed all lines have reopened and trains are now able to stop at Loughborough.
East Midlands Trains say it will take 'some time' to reintroduce the full timetable at Loughborough and it currently estimates that trains on the Sheffield/Nottingham/London route will begin to call at the station within the next 2 hours.
Following yesterday's partial bridge collapse in Barrow Upon Soar East Midlands say services have been resumed to 'near normal'.
However there the train service have say it is likely their trains will not be calling at Loughborough until the end of the day.
EMTUpdate: Our trains are not able to call at Loughorough. This is likely to continue until the end of the day. https://t.co/jnCjRQstKv
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