London Euston station closes thanks to a broken signal
Thousands of passengers are facing evening disruption thanks to a signal failure at London Euston station.
All services from London's fifth busiest station were suspended this afternoon following the signal failure.
All lines have since reopened and services are to return to normal, according to National Rail.
However, disruption may still continue and is expected to last until 8pm and trains may still be cancelled, or delayed by up to an hour or revised.
Trains have also been cancelled at other stations around the country, including Manchester, as they are unable to take a train to Euston.
Customers for stations to Watford Junction can use their ticket on Chiltern Railways, London Northwestern, London Underground, Thameslink, and Southern services.
Passengers travelling with Virgin Trains can use their tickets for travel tomorrow or receive a full refund.
London Northwestern, the company which runs service from London to Northwest England, is currently trying to source a road transport for passengers.