East Midlands Trains has tweeted that 'some lines are likely to reopen at 0500' and that they are 'working to return to a normal service'.
A bridge collapsed yesterday at Barrow Upon Soar, blocking the route between the East Midlands and London.
#EMTUpdate We are currently receiving information from site that some lines are likely to re-open at 0500 >>
Network Rail are urging passengers to check before they travel after the collapse of bridge in Barrow Upon Soar in Leicestershire.
Engineers are currently at the scene, assessing the scale of the damage.
Pictures from Loughborough station where passengers travelling south are having to leave trains and take a bus to Leicester to pick up the train.
Network Rail say the train line currently covered by a bridge collapse in Barrow-upon-Soar could be operational again in "days rather than weeks".
A spokesperson said crews are making progress in clearing the tracks in the Leicestershire village.
It is currently blocking rail routes from the East Midlands to London via Leicester, causing disruption for thousands of passengers.
Trains are currently unable to travel on the line north of Leicester to London after a bridge collapse on the line at Barrow upon Soar.Read the full story ›
East Midlands Trains say it is unlikely to the line at Barrow upon Soar will reopen today as Network Rail try and clear rubble from the tracks.
A partial bridge collapse has blocked the direct route between the East Midlands and London St Pancras, affecting stations north of Leicester.
#EMTUpdate: At present we do not expect the line to open between Loughborough and Leicester on Tuesday 02 August. Please see our website >>
A partial bridge collapse has caused major disruption to train services between London and the East Midlands.Read the full story ›
A replacement bus service is running between Leicester and East Midlands Parkway due to a bridge collapse at Barrow upon Soar.
East Midlands Trans say there will currently be no direct train services between London St Pancras and stations north of Leicester
Affecting Derby, Nottingham and Lincoln Central.
East Midlands Trains have confirmed delays of up to an hour this afternoon due to signalling problems:
#EMTUpdate: Our trains are still subject to delays of up to 60 minutes following an earlier fault with the signalling system. Please >>
The train company has advised passengers to claim compensation if they have been affected by the delays:
Overhead wire problems in the Wolverhampton area are causing delays of up to 50 minutes to all services through the station.
This is expected to continue until 12:00.