This is the latest statement form Northern Rail, regarding services on the Tyne Valley line after a second landslip in two days.
"The route between Prudhoe - Hexham is closed until further notice following a landslip between Corbridge – Riding Mill in the Farnley area. Network Rail engineers are onsite and accessing the situation. Trains will run Carlisle - Hexham - Carlisle and Newcastle - Prudhoe - Newcastle. A rail replacement bus will operate between Prudhoe and Hexham. Customers are advised to check before they travel and allow more time for their journey. We would like to apologise to our customers for the disruption this will cause. Real time journey information can be found by visiting www.journeycheck.com/northernrail or by Tweeting our team @northernrailorg"
The landslip, which caused part of the Carlisle to Newcastle rail line to close, is expected to re-open fully on Monday, February 8.
The massive landslip which caused part of the Newcastle to Carlisle rail line to close for the last month, has finally been cleared.
Engineers say they hope a section of the Network Rail line between Prudhoe and Hexham blocked by a landslide could reopen in a month