- Tyne Tees
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East Coast have said delays at Newcastle station are expected to continue until 14:00.
First TransPennine Express and Northern Rail services are no longer affected by this disruption.
- East Coast services between Inverness / Aberdeen / Edinburgh and London Kings Cross
- CrossCountry services between Aberdeen / Glasgow Central / Edinburgh and Plymouth / Penzance
- CrossCountry services between Edinburgh / Glasgow Central / Newcastle and Reading / Plymouth / Southampton
- East Coast services between Edinburgh / Glasgow Central / Newcastle and London Kings Cross
Alternative Travel Options:
East Coast passengers may use Grand Central, First TransPennine Express, CrossCountry and Virgin Trains services on all reasonable routes. Affected passengers at York should use First TransPennine Express services to Leeds and change for connections towards London Kings Cross.
CrossCountry passengers may use East Coast, Grand Central, First TransPennine Express, Northern Rail and Virgin Trains services on all reasonable routes.
As rail passengers face long delays at Newcastle Central Station, ITV Tyne Tees speaks to those whose journeys have been disrupted:
There are signalling problems at Newcastle and trains are currently being delayed by up to 80 minutes. There is no firm estimate yet of how long disruption will last.
CrossCountry services between Edinburgh, Glasgow Central, Newcastle and Reading, Plymouth, Southampton.
East Coast services between Edinburgh, Glasgow Central, Newcastle and London Kings Cross.
First TransPennine Express services between Newcastle and York, Liverpool Lime Street.
Northern Rail services between Morpeth, Newcastle and Hartlepool, Carlisle and also between Hexham and Middlesbrough.
Rail passengers in Newcastle are facing delays of up to 80 minutes. Reported signalling problems.