STORM DORIS: Long delays for commuters at Peterborough Train Station

Long delays at Peterborough Staiton. Photo: Paul Napier
Long delays at Peterborough Staiton. Photo: Paul Napier
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There are long delays and crowds of commuters stuck at Peterborough Train Station due to high winds caused by Storm Doris.

A number of services have been cancelled today.

Long delays at Peterborough Staiton. Photo: Paul Napier

Long delays at Peterborough Staiton. Photo: Paul Napier

For more information on the damage caused by Storm Damage, see our live feed which we will update throughout the day.

East Midlands Trains: Between 11am and 6pm a blanket 50mph speed restriction will be imposed between Chesterfield and Sheffield as well as Grantham and Peterborough. This is expected to add 10 minutes to journey times.

Virgin East Coast: London Kings Cross to Scotland services will run on the hour towards Scotland and with additional stops at Peterborough, Doncaster, Durham, Morpeth and Alnmouth as required.

Scotland to London Kings Cross services will depart at 30 minutes past the hour with additional stops at Alnmouth, Morpeth, Durham, Doncaster and Peterborough as required.

London Kings Cross to Leeds services will depart at 35 minutes past the hour and Leeds to London Kings Cross will depart at 15 past the hour.

From 5.30pm onwards, in the Northbound direction the normal timetable will start to be re-introduced. And from 7pm in the Southbound direction. These are subject to improvements in the weather.

You may use any other train operator on reasonable routes to help you complete your journey.

You may travel on any train throughout today or alternatively use your ticket tomorrow on trains departing before 2pm.

Great Northern: Due to the risk of storm-blown objects being encountered on the line, Network Rail has imposed a speed restriction north of Hitchin between 11am and 6pm. This will cause short notice alterations and cancellations with a particularly high risk of significant disruption on the Fen Line between Cambridge and Kings Lynn. Passengers are advised to check before they travel and to allow longer for their journeys