New travel arrangements are being finalised this weekend after the main railway line through Devon was severely damaged by storms. Network Rail say they hope the tracks at Dawlish will be replaced in six weeks.
In the meantime, First Great Western say it's laying on hundreds of buses and is cutting fares by a quarter for journeys crossing the area. From Monday, National Express is running extra coach services between Plymouth and London.
And from next Wednesday Flybe is doubling the number of flights from Newquay to Gatwick.
Rail users hailed the reopening of the track at Dawlish in Devon as "absolutely fantastic" ahead of the Easter holidays
A selection of photographs taken by our reporters at Dawlish on the day the main line through Devon reopened.
Businesses say that when news broke nationally of the rail line collapse at Dawlish it was as if a light switch went off on bookings.