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:
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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.
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There is currently no service on East Midlands Trains between Nottingham and Sheffield because of a trespass incident at Balloon Woods Bridge.
All lines are currently closed. There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
There is disruption on the trains between Derby and Sheffield because of a broken down train at Chesterfield.
Trains are unable to run from Chesterfield to Derby, and some services may be diverted. There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume
There are delays of up to 40 minutes on London Midland train services between Rugby and Coventry because of a signal failure.
Train services are planned to run as normal today after strike action was called off last week.
Unions suspended a 24-hour walkout after Network Rail tabled a new pay offer.
Members are being consulted over the new offer.
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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.