People trying to travel to London from Peterborough faced delays and cancellations today, as major upgrade work takes place on the East Coast Mainline.
Network Rail has advised people not to try to travel to the capital by train - as there will be no services running from Peterborough into King's Cross.
The line is closed for engineering works as part of a 1.2 billion pound upgrade.
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