Storm Arwen LIVE: Tens of thousands without power – Amber warnings for snow and ice


Due to the extreme weather many train services have halted services or are running delayed. We will be bringing you all of the latest updates. 

There are currently no trains running between Newcastle and Scotland. The line will reopen for the start of service on Saturday, but trains will run to a 50mph speed limit. 

ScotRail 

– Some of its services are being cancelled.

– Trains have been withdrawn between Aberdeen and Inverness and between Perth and Aberdeen. Also on the Far North Line between Inverness and Wick.

– Trains between Edinburgh and Aberdeen will only run between Edinburgh and Dundee, while Glasgow Queen Street to Aberdeen services will run between Glasgow and Perth.

LNER

– No services north of Newcastle

– The route north of Berwick-upon-Tweed from 17:00 GMT, and there could be further closures elsewhere on the route.

Grand Central Rail 

– Due to the severe weather forecast they expect services to be significantly disrupted. You are unable to travel on routes between Sunderland and London Kings Cross.

Northern Rail 

– They are advising customers not to travel between Sunderland and Middlesbrough and between Bridlington and Scarborough 

Transpennine Express

– Services between York and Edinburgh on the East Coast Mainline may be subject to delays or cancellations- Services on the East Coast Mainline between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Edinburgh will be suspended- On the morning of Saturday 27 November, TPE’s Darlington to Manchester Airport services will start/terminate from York



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