– A spokeswoman for the South West Trains - Network Rail Alliance
Police are investigating an incident in which a person was hit by a train at Guildford Station at around 11.40pm on Saturday 30 March.
Our immediate thoughts are for the family of the person involved. We are providing information to assist police with their inquiries into the circumstances of the incident.
As a result of the incident, Guildford Station was closed to allow police to complete their investigation.
However, the station re-opened at 8.15am yesterday (Sunday 31 March) and services returned to normal.
As thousands head off for the Easter weekend, commuters who travel through Reading are being warned of disruption as the station is closed due to £900m upgrade.
There are no direct services from Swindon, Oxford and Newbury to London. Trains from Bournemouth and Southampton to the north will also be affected. Here's our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
First Great Western Managing Director Mark Hopwood explains in detail the changes to services and why the work is needed. He spoke to our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
We have been treating the third rail in the south of England with anti-icing solution and trains were running around the network overnight to keep the rails clear of ice as much as possible.
Additional people were used on the ground to respond to incidents and carry out regular inspections of the infrastructure.
We will continue to work closely with train operators throughout today to deliver the best possible level of service and apologise for any disruption caused to passengers.
For the latest information, passengers should check with National Rail Enquiries or their train operator before travelling.
Services on parts of our network are being disrupted this morning as a result of adverse weather conditions which have also affected other train operators.
Cold weather conditions have caused a build-up of ice on the conductor rail which is used to power our trains.
When ice forms on the conductor rail it affects the power supply to trains and services are prevented from running normally.
As a result there are delays to services across some parts of our network. Services between Havant and Guildford are currently subject to delays of up to 60 minutes.
Trains between Waterloo and Reading are currently delayed by up to 30 minutes. Trains operating between Ascot and Guildford may be delayed by up to 40 minutes while services between Farnham and Alton are suspended.
We would like to apologise to customers for the delays to their journeys this morning.
South West Trains are now running a normal service between Wimbledon and London Waterloo, and between Dorking and London Waterloo, following earlier emergency engineering work.
– South West Trains spokesman.
"Emergency Engineering Work in the Wimbledon area is causing disruption to South West Trains services into and out of London Waterloo.
"All train services between Waterloo and Wimbledon are subject to delays and short notice cancellations.....
"Engineers are on site making the necessary repairs to enable us to reopen the line however we currently have no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
"We are sorry for the disruption to your journey this morning."
South West Trains passengers have been taking to Twitter this morning, to express their frustration at delays caused by emergency engineering works.
Gave up on South West Trains and got a bus to Kingston. I think I might save some (a lot) of money and give up on trains altogether.From @lookaghost on Twitter:
Could have driven to Edinburgh in the time it's taken to get to London today. Incompetent south west trainsFrom @LucyABeck on Twitter:
Has taken me 47 minutes to do a 9 minute journey. Happy Valentines Day South West TrainsFrom @DarkBeige on Twitter: