There has been further disruption to the region's rail network after an overhead powerhead cable was damaged on Monday.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday morning, London North Eastern Railway (LNER) apologised to customers for major changes to services with some trains beginning their journeys from different stations than they had originally been scheduled from.
Grand Central services have been also been affected on Tuesday. The company tweeted that its 08:06 service from London King's Cross to Sunderland has been cancelled.
Rail customers have been advised their tickets will be accepted on Tuesday, if they had to defer their travel on Monday due to the disruption.
On Monday all trains were cancelled between York and the north east with LNER, TransPennine Express and Grand Central services all being affected.
Updates to follow.