St Pancras station is suffering a “major disruption”, due to damaged overhead electric wires in north London.
National Rail said, “Damage to the overhead electric wires in the Cricklewood area is causing major disruption to trains between Luton and London St Pancras International.
“Trains are currently unable to run between St Albans and London St Pancras International. Disruption is expected to continue until at least 14:00.”
#Cricklewood – Major disruption between Luton and London St Pancras International until at least 12:00. For details of alternatove routes where you can use your ticket, please see here: https://t.co/ogSN8jiTQz
— National Rail (@nationalrailenq) March 24, 2019
Delays are expected to last until at least 2pm on Sunday, East Midlands Trains has “strongly advised” passengers, not to travel to or from London St Pancras on Sunday.
⚠️ 📢 #TLUpdates – Please delay your journey until later today approximately 14:00 if possible.
If you choose to travel, you will need to use the rail replacement buses or ticket acceptance provided, details can be found above.
This will extend journey times by up to 60 minutes
— Thameslink (@TLRailUK) March 24, 2019
Passengers travelling to London from Nottingham and Sheffield are being advised to change at Grantham and Doncaster.
Passengers travelling with East Midlands Trains have replacement busses from, Luton to Edgware London Underground stations, said National Rail.
Thameslink passengers are being asked to delay their travel plans, if possible as the replacement bus service provided has “extremely limited capacity.”