News from East Midlands Trains


East Midlands Trains services restored between London and Luton

  • Services running again after Network Rail carried out repair work to overhead wire problems 
East Midlands Trains has restored services to and from London St Pancras this morning (Thursday 14 February) after overhead wire problems in the Radlett area caused major disruption yesterday. 
Following repair work carried out by Network Rail overnight, train services between London and Luton have resumed today and East Midlands Trains plans to run its regular timetable, although there are currently delays to peak services as a result of further engineering work being carried out by Network Rail this morning. 
A spokesperson for East Midlands Trains said: "We would like to apologise to passengers for the severe disruption to our services yesterday which was caused by a serious overhead wire problem. Network Rail engineers carried out repair work overnight to allow us to restore services this morning." 
East Midlands Trains tickets that were not used yesterday are also valid for use today. 
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