Flooding and other issues have caused many services to be cancelled.
East Midlands Railway said at 6:46 pm on Tuesday 2 January:
‘There is major disruption on multiple routes this evening because of the heavy rain. We are advising customers TO NOT ATTEMPT TO TRAVEL this evening as we cannot guarantee we can get you back to your destination.’
‘If you are mid-journey, as road conditions are also reported to be very poor providing rail replacement is extremely limited.’
Your ticket dated today will be valid to travel tomorrow if trains are running again.
‘We have disruption on multiple routes this evening because of heavy rain flooding the railway.
‘We are strongly advising customers to not attempt to travel as we cannot guarantee that our last trains will run for you to complete your journey.’
Nottingham to London St Pancras trains are delayed or cancelled. Nottingham to St Pancras International trains that are operating are being diverted between Leicester and Kettering and will no longer call at Leicester and Market Harborough.
The line between Leicester and Kettering is closed both ways because of flooding.
A landslip between Nottingham and Newark / Grantham means that Skegness trains are cancelled.
The line between Nottingham and Derby is closed.