Train passengers will tomorrow face the first of three August weekend part-closures of a key rail route from London to Scotland.
Work on an £81 million improvement plan at Watford in Hertfordshire means that the West Coast line will be closed between Euston station in London and Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire tomorrow and Sunday.
Services run by Virgin Trains, London Midland, London Overground and Southern, will face disruption.
The same closure will be in place from Saturday August 16 to Monday August 18 and also from Saturday August 23 to bank holiday Monday August 25.
Football fans are warned to expect disruption as the first of the closures co-incides with the start of the Football League season.
INFO: Broken down train at Cheddington. Until further notice all Milton Keynes services will terminate at Watford Junction
There's still widespread disruption on First Capital Connect between Bedford and Brighton after yesterday's overhead wire problems at Hendon. A limited service is now running between Bedford and Blackfriars, but there are still cancellations and delays.
UPDATE: Central London: A401 Shaftesbury Avenue N/B at j/w Piccadilly Circus - All lanes open and traffic is flowing well. ALL CLEAR.
CLEARED: Trains between Clapham Junction and London Waterloo can now run normally following Over-running engineering works earlier
Walthamstow Central tube and bus stations are back open after a false alarm.
The area was cordoned off earlier as emergency services dealt with a suspicious package.
All is deemed safe and trains and buses are running again.
A train that crashed into the roof of Blackfriars station has now been removed.
The broken down train has now been moved at Blackfriars, services will start to run through, however there will be delays & cancellations
There are delays after the top of a train crashed into Blackfriars station roof.