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Pictures: Network Rail release images of flooding across network

Flooding and debris on the track has affected dozens of routes across the East Midlands, including trains to and from London, with some routes closed completely and trains having to run at severely reduced speeds on others.

Passengers who plan on travelling via train today are being urged to keep checking for the latest updates via National Rail Enquiries or with their train operator as there are a number of ongoing incidents.

Flooding at Shireoaks 1 Network Rail scaled
Flooding at Shireoaks Network Rail

Gary Walsh, Route Director for Network Rail’s East Midlands Route, said: “Our teams are working hard to keep passengers moving safely but we are currently tackling a number of weather-related incidents.

Flooding at Clay Cross Network Rail
Flooding at Clay Cross, Network Rail

“Flooding on the line is a major problem and we’re sorry for the impact which this is having.

“If you are planning on travelling today, please keep up to date with your journey by visiting National Rail Enquiries or checking with your train operator.”

Flooding at Shireoaks 2 Network Rail scaled
Flooding at Shireoaks Network Rail
Flooding on the ECML Grantham Peascliffe 2 Network Rail
Flooding on the ECML Grantham (Peascliffe), Network Rail
Flooding at Shireoaks 1 Network Rail scaled
Flooding at Shireoaks Network Rail

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