Train passengers facing major delays on East Coast Mainline
Passengers travelling between Hull and London are facing severe delays and disruption today.
Fallen overhead wires are causing problems at St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
Dozens of passengers were stranded at King's Cross station last night after the last train to Leeds was cancelled.
This morning, passengers are facing delays and cancellations between Peterborough and London.
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East Coast services between Peterborough and Kings Cross will be replaced by buses until approximately 9.30am. A limited service between those stations will then run.
First Hull Trains said its trains were terminating at Peterborough and it had requested replacement coaches between Peterborough and London.
Passengers are being advised to consider taking an alternative route to London, via Sheffield. Tickets will be valid on East Midlands Services between Sheffield and London St Pancras.
On its website, Hull Trains stated: "First Hull Trains passengers may use CrossCountry, East Coast, First Capital Connect and Grand Central services on reasonable routes.
"East Midlands Trains will accept passengers between Sheffield and London St Pancras and Transpennine Express will accept passengers travelling between Doncaster and Sheffield."
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