Passengers are facing disruption to East Coast mainline services due to severe weather.
Network Rail is not currently allowing train company East Coast to run any trains to Scotland.
Services along the mainline, which can be accessed from Lincolnshire, are also being affected by debris on the tracks near Wakefield.
East Coast is advising passengers to allow extra time to make their journeys today as stormy weather is expected to hit Scotland and North East England.
East Coast will run a revised timetable throughout Thursday as large parts of the route are expected to be affected by heavy wind and rain.
Customers can use their tickets to travel on alternative East Coast services at a similar time to their original booked train.
Tickets for Thursday, December 5, will also be valid for travel on Friday.
East Coast services from Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow on Thursday will begin from Edinburgh. Northbound services from Edinburgh will be subject to disruption.
Customers can check the eastcoast.co.uk website for live service updates and travel information before making their journey. Updates are also available by following @eastcoastuk on Twitter or by calling National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.