Hull Trains passengers facing delays and disruption (updated)
Passengers have been warned of cancellations and delays today on First Hull Trains services between the city and London.
The company has had to cancel or run delayed services due to faults with its trains.
This morning, the 8.25am service from Hull to London was cancelled.
Passengers from Hull, Brough, Howden and Selby were advised to get the 08.40am service provided by First Transpennine to Leeds.
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There they could change for the 09.45am East Coast departure to London Kings Cross.
Passengers were advised their tickets were valid on trains provided by other operators.
A spokesman for Hull Trains said: "More than 75 per cent of our services will be running normally.
"Where there are alterations to our usual timetable, there will be connections to other services and First Hull Trains tickets will be valid.
"Journey times may be extended by 20 to 30 minutes on a small number of services.
"We are sorry that journeys may be disrupted, but the vast majority of people will be unaffected and our timetable will return to normal in the next few days."
Signalling problems at Grantham were causing further delays to services this morning.
Hull Trains is advising passengers to check its website for information before they travel.