Disruption to train services after overhead wires are damaged
Rail passengers are facing delays today after overhead electric wires were left damaged
LNER says that due to damage which has happened between Kings Cross and Peterborough, the 10.30am train from Kings Cross to Edinburgh will start from Peterborough.
LNER tweeted: "#LNERUpdate - Due to damage of the overhead electric wires between #KingsCross and #Peterborough.
"The 10:30 #KingsCross to #Edinburgh will be started from #Peterborough. Passengers at #KingsCross are to travel on the next available LNER service."
LNER earlier tweeted: "Ticket acceptance remains in place and disruption is expected to be up to 12:00.
Striking new images show vision for South Tyneside College and Customs House in bid for town centre levelling-up cash
UPDATE: Man dies after serious collision between car and pedestrian in South Shields as police appeal for witnesses
Drivers warned of road closures on busy A194 in South Tyneside
Mr Gay Europe contestants get magical tour of South Shields on visit ahead of finals
16 people given jail sentences for South Tyneside offences during May and June
"We apologise for any inconvenience to your journey today."