London Euston trains cancelled after 'landslip' between Coventry and Rugby impacts Birmingham services

Passengers between Birmingham and London Euston faced cancellations throughout Monday and Tuesday (February 12-13).
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Trains into London will be cancelled once again on Tuesday following a 'landslip'.

The incident between Coventry and Rugby means the line towards London Euston is blocked. The line from London Euston towards Birmingham New Street is open, allowing some trains to run.

National Rail warns that passengers can expect cancellations and delays on Avanti West Coast and London Northwestern Railway services.

The disruption follows cancellations on Monday and is expected to continue until at least the rest of the day.

The Roundhouse in Camden, seen from a train out of Euston. (Photo by André Langlois) The Roundhouse in Camden, seen from a train out of Euston. (Photo by André Langlois)
The Roundhouse in Camden, seen from a train out of Euston. (Photo by André Langlois)

Passengers with tickets for Avanti trains between Euston and stations including Edinburgh, Glasgow Central, Blackpool North, Wolverhampton and Birmingham should check before they travel.

London Northwestern Railway disruption affects between Euston and Birmingham New Street, Rugby, Northampton, Milton Keynes Central and Coventry.

The National Rail says: "One of the two tracks which connect Coventry and Rugby will remain closed while engineers cut back and clear vegetation, survey the embankment and examine the landslip ahead of removing soil."