Train services have been suspended on CrossCountry and South West Trains between Eastleigh and Basingstoke after an incident.
Trains are unable to run on any of the lines between the two stations.
CrossCountry tickets are being accepted on Chiltern and Great Western Railway services.
South West Trains tickets ares being accepted on CrossCountry and Great Western Railway services.
Thousands of rail passengers in the Thames Valley appear to have heeded the warning about disruptive engineering works and stayed at home.
This was the 07.08 Newbury to Ealing Broadway train this morning with hardly any passengers. It is normally one of the busiest in the Thames Valley with standing room only.
Some carriages are deserted. Trains will only go as far as Ealing Broadway until Friday because London Paddington remains closed for Crossrail work.
Some rail passengers travelling from the Thames Valley to London gave their reaction to the rail disruption over the festive season. London Paddington is closed - trains are terminating at Ealing Broadway.
The head of Network Rail has justified the closure of major mainline railway stations such as London Paddington and Waterloo over the Christmas holidays this year.
The firm's Chief Executive Mark Carne said he was sure passengers would understand that this is the quietest time of year on the rails.
The consumer watchdog 'Which?' has criticised the 2.3% average increase in rail fares for next year.
"Today's confirmation that rail fares are on the rise again will be a bitter pill to swallow for passengers who continue to experience cancellations, delays, overcrowding and poor service from their train companies.
"If trust in the rail industry is to be rebuilt, more must be done to ensure passengers are able find the best ticket for their journey and cheaper fares must not be hidden. Passengers need to be able to easily access compensation where it is owed and the system for handling complaints must be urgently overhauled."
The head of the ASLEF union which represents train drivers has said that the 2.3% average increase in train fares next year is 'scandalous'.
The trade union's General Secretary, Mick Whelan, accused the government of allowing the privatised train companies to make even more money than they were already making, even though for some passengers it was an 'ever poorer service,’
‘This new price hike – well above the rate of inflation – is indefensible and designed to punish passengers. Fares have now soared 25% in the last six years.
‘The train companies see passengers as sheep to be fleeced but it is shameful that the government is going along with them. No wonder so many commuters, many of them Tory voters, are now saying they’ve had enough.
‘Just look at Southern – a company which MPs say lets down passengers every day of the year – yet wants to be rewarded even more handsomely for its failure to deliver on the pledges it made when it was awarded its franchise by the DfT.
‘We have the most expensive railway in Europe and the train companies, aided and abetted by this Conservative government, are about to make it even harder for people to travel at a time when so many families are only just about managing.’
Advance Warning - revised service on Southeastern between Victoria and Dartford, between London Charing Cross and Sevenoaks and between Cannon Street and Hayes (Kent) due to poor rail conditions around the network.
An amended timetable is in operation on some Metro routes on Monday 7 November, Tuesday 8 November, and Wednesday 9 November. Morning peak trains to London are unaffected by the amendments..
Some evening peak trains are expected to be revised from 7th to 9th November.
Six million pounds of work to improve the rail line in Hampshire got underway today at Fareham in Hampshire.
The works mean disruption for thousands of passengers for nine days. However, Network Rail has said it will be worth it, because the changes will make the service better and more reliable. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The interviewees are Suella Fernandes, the MP for Fareham; and Owen Jones from Network Rail.
£4.6 million pounds is being spent on a major railway track renewal project at Fareham in Hampshire. Network Rail says the work should make a better, more reliable railway system for the area.
Nine sets of points are being replaced, as are the crossings which allow trains to move between lines, 240 metres of track are also being replaced.
The town's railway station is also being upgraded for an additional £1 million investment being jointly invested by Network Rail and Hampshire county Council. Today the Fareham MP, Suella Fernandes - and Hampshire County Councillor Seán Woodward visited the site to see work on the project start.
Passengers are being advised to check on their routes before leaving home. There are replacement buses in place. Check below for changes to timetables.
You can also visit South West Trains for more information about the closure and the disruption.
Hundreds of rail engineers will spend the next week replacing nine sets of points and track at Fareham railway station in Hampshire. The station will get a big upgrade costing about £1 million pounds.
For passengers buses are replacing many trains between Southampton and Portsmouth.