London Midland is recommending people use EMT and Chiltern instead. Interestingly they're recommending passengers for Northampton go to Wellingborough; not sure if they're running a bus or if they think Wellingborough is "close enough"...
I cannot wait until the midland mainline is electrified to Leicester and beyond:roll:
seems to be a fairly unreliable system IMHO or is it because it was done on the cheap
Our guard/train manager on the 07:30 Birmingham - Euston today made a big thing of apologising for arriving 7 minutes late at Euston due to the disruption today, not something that I thought was entirely necessary as our arrival time was little different to what it is about 50% of the time!
Other than a slowing of pace where we diverted onto the slow lines between Wolverton and Bletchley, there was little hint of the service being affected at all