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Cleared Disruptions

On top of fleeting service delays affecting journeys from time to time, engineering works and line clearances can take days or even weeks to complete depending upon the situation. And when a route re-opens, it unsurprisingly hardly ever makes the same headlines as when it closes. Check here and we’ll inform you the moment your line is running freely again.

Cleared Service Disruptions

Last update: 27/02/2020 08:25

Disruption between Leeds and Selby / York
Incident created27/02/2020 06:50
Last updated27/02/2020 07:51
Route affected
Train operator affected CrossCountry Trains; East Coast Trains; First transPennine Express; Northernrail

Trains are now able to run normally between Leeds and Selby / York following trespassers on the railway at Micklefield earlier today. 


No trains at Moulsecoomb
Incident created27/02/2020 06:37
Last updated27/02/2020 07:04
Route affectedView Map
Train operator affected Southern Rail

Trains are now able to call at Moulsecoomb again following a problem with the station lighting at this station earlier today. 

Disruption between Aldershot and Ascot
Incident created26/02/2020 17:13
Last updated27/02/2020 01:42
Route affectedView Map
Train operator affected Southwest Trains

Trains between Aldershot and Ascot are now able to run normally following a points failure.

Lines have reopened between Shrewsbury and Machynlleth
Incident created15/02/2020 08:50
Last updated27/02/2020 01:10
Route affectedView Map
Train operator affected Arriva Trains Wales

The line between Shrewsbury and Machynlleth has reopened, following heavy rain which flooded the railway.

Reduced service between Sittingbourne and Sheerness-on-Sea
Incident created26/02/2020 11:24
Last updated27/02/2020 01:06
Route affectedView Map
Train operator affected Southeastern Trains

Trains between Sittingbourne and Sheerness-On-Sea are now able to run normally following an earlier fault with the signalling system at Kemsley.

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