Latest news from West Midlands Railway.
Train services to and from Euston will be severely disrupted today as Network Rail engineers work to repair hundreds of metres of damaged overhead power cables. No services will leave Euston after 2100 hours tonight ( Sunday) Disruption likely to affect Monday morning services.
Flybe collapse: Stranded passengers offered free travel on West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway
Airline passengers left stranded following the collapse of Flybe are being offered free travel on West Midlands Railway (WMR) and London Northwestern Railway (LNR) services to help them get home.
Planning applications for two railway stations on the Walsall to Wolverhampton line have been handed in, marking another milestone on the project to restore passenger services to this part of the Black Country.
Services to Shrewsbury are being reinstated after Network Rail reopened the railway over the Severn Bridge viaduct.
West Midlands Railway passengers are being offered the chance to have their say on their train service by joining a series of dedicated online Customer Panels.
Because of the continued rising flood water underneath a viaduct near Shrewsbury station the line towards the West Midlands will remain closed.
A series of timetable changes to further improve the reliability of West Midlands Railway trains will come into effect next week, more than two months ahead of schedule, the operator has confirmed.
Due to substantial damage to points and track in the Euston area, there is major disruption to train services today. London Northwestern Railway services will be significantly reduced as a Network Rail works to repair the damage. There is currently no estimation on how long it will take to repair the track and signalling.
West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway are advising passengers to check before they travel tomorrow morning as Storm Dennis continues to affect the rail network.
Flooding is affecting several rail routes around the West Midlands. West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway are advising passengers to check before strating their journeys as rising water levels continues to block lines.