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Live Train Information & Service Updates

At East Midlands Trains we’re committed to delivering timely and meaningful information when things don’t quite go to plan.  We appreciate delays are frustrating which is why we work closely with Network Rail to prevent them from happening in the first place but there are still times when things go wrong. In the event of multiple trains being delayed by over 15 minutes on the same route we will update the affected route with timely, meaningful information about the problem, the impact this will have to our train service and the best advice to get you where you need to be. 

London/Nottingham/Sheffield Route

Updated Information 0930

What has happened? 

There is a tree blocking the railway at East Langton. This is between Leicester and Kettering and is disrupting our trains on the London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield route

 At present Network Rail are going to investigate the problem. They are expected to arrive at 1000

How does this affect my train?

Some of our trains on the routes will be diverted and  delayed by 40 minutes in both directions between Leicester and Kettering.

Our trains are currently unable to call at Market Harborough.

At present we are expecting the line to fully reopen in the next 2 hours. Our normal train service is expected to resume on the affected routes at around 1400

How do I get where I need to be?

You should continue to travel as originally planned however your journey may be delayed by 40 minutes. We are sorry for the delay to your journey today.

If your overall journey has been delayed over 30 minutes you may be entitled to claim compensation, full details of how to claim can be found here

 

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Delay Repay

If your journey has been delayed by 30 minutes or more you may be entitled to claim compensation though our Delay Repay scheme.

Please click here for Delay Repay

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