To find out whether this will impact your journey and get alternative options, please use the National Rail Enquiries real time Service Disruptions Tracker, or call TrainTracker on 0871 200 49 50.
Update on December 3 @ 2pm —
Services on the following East Midlands Trains routes are planned to operate as normal, subject to alterations and delays. Routes include:
- Nottingham to Matlock
- Leicester to Nottingham
- Nottingham to Mansfield Woodhouse (Reduced to one train an hour, no trains will operate between Mansfield and Worksop)
- Lincoln to Peterborough
- Derby to Crewe
- Nottingham to Lincoln via Newark
- Norwich to Liverpool (via Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester is now fully operating)
As a result of the difficult weather conditions, no trains are able to run between the following locations on Friday 3 December:
- Lincoln to Grimsby/Cleethorpes
- Lincoln to Doncaster
- Mansfield Woodhouse to Worksop
Update on December 3 @8.44am —
There will be no trains running out of Lincoln Central today. There will also be no bus replacement services running.
Please check with your operating service before leaving home.
Update on December 2 @7.30am —
There are no trains running from Lincoln Central to Sheffield, Grimsby and Cleethorpes today. Please check with your operator before departing home.
Original on December 1 @8.14am —
Due to December 1’s weather conditions, East Midlands trains have announced they will be cancelling and altering their train services.
Passengers are advised to look online before starting their journey, as trains could be cancelled at short-notice.
Trains that are not cancelled may cause very extended journeys as well, so passengers should leave extra time to travel.
East Midlands Trains’ website will be giving service updates throughout the day to all passengers travelling.
National Rail Enquires will be including all the disruption information alongside travellers’ journeys, with live departure boards and journey planners.
Northern Rail, who operate the Lincoln to Sheffield and Adwick route, have also announced that they will be experiencing disruption to their lines.