Another train operator is to suspend its services because of the huge impact on travel caused by the coronavirus crisis.
Grand Central, which runs trains from London's King's Cross to Yorkshire and the North East, said services will stop from the end of Friday (03/04/20).
Managing director, Richard McClean, said:
Grand Central is owned by transport giant Arriva and is an open-access passenger train operator, which means it does not receive subsidy from, or pay any premium to, the Department for Transport.
Hull Trains has also suspended its services because of the current crisis.
Mick Cash, general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said: