There is a reduced service on South West Trains at Woking because of flooding. The flooding has damaged a large amount of the railway infrastructure at Woking, meaning that fewer trains than usual may be able to run.
Delays on South West Trains between Ascot and Guildford due to lightning damage to the signalling system. Tickets being accepted on Great Western Railway services. This is expected to continue until the end of the day.
There are delays of up to 20 minutes on South West Trains between Havant and Guildford due to an earlier signalling problem.
Engineers have worked through the night to identify the issues, however some of morning services are being affected in the Haslemere area this morning. Trains may be diverted via Eastleigh.
Revised service on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Salisbury due to flooding and signalling problem. London Waterloo to/from Salisbury and Exeter will terminate and start at Basingstoke. Passengers will need to use an alternative train between Basingstoke and London Waterloo.
Following the fire at Vauxhall earlier today, 4 of 8 South West Train lines are still closed and a limited service will be running this evening.
Vauxhall station is partially closed to allow engineers to work on repairing the damage.
People are being advised to check before you travel and we're being asked to use alternative transport where available.
Tickets valid for travel today will now also be valid for travel tomorrow (06 May 2016), off peak ticket restrictions are lifted today and you will be able to travel on the first available train service.
The video below shows the chaos at Woking Station this evening as commuters continue to try and get home.
Rail services have been suspended on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Shepperton, and between London Waterloo and Windsor and Eton Riverside due to a lineside fire discovered earlier this morning at Vauxhall. This is expected to continue until later this morning.
A limited commuter service is in operation to and from London Waterloo, however passengers are advised not to travel into Waterloo unless it is absolutely necessary.
Rail services have been suspended on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Twickenham, between London Waterloo and Ascot and between London Waterloo and Hounslow due to a lineside fire discovered earlier this morning at Vauxhall.
This is expected to continue until later this morning. A limited commuter service is in operation to and from London Waterloo, however passengers are advised not to travel into Waterloo unless it is absolutely necessary.
Tens of thousands of rail passengers are facing disruptions this bank holiday weekend. Engineering works are taking place on key lines - with no service on the Gatwick Express. The Brighton mainline, South West Trains and Great Western services will also be affected. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The interviewees are Chris Denham from Network Rail; and Paul Clark, an engineer who has been chosen to appear on the project's awareness posters at stations.
Commuters are facing further delays- after a landslip on the railway line between Farnham and Alton. The track has been shut since the embankment became unstable. Rock and soil fell away from the track at Wrecclesham. It's believed it was caused by heavy rain earlier this month. Engineers are now working to make the area safe as Sally Simmonds reports.
Replacement buses are running instead of trains between Farnham and Alton. Emergency engineering works are underway after an embankment was found to be unstable.
South West trains says using the stretch of track could put passenger safety at risk. Do check times before you travel.