Commuters face delays and disruption as emergency engineering work takes place at Leeds train station.
A cracked rail was discovered outside the station on Sunday April 19.
As a result of this, emergency engineering works will take place today (Tuesday) which will cause disruption to journeys between Leeds and Huddersfield / Bradford Interchange / Wakefield Westgate until the end of the day.
The following changes will apply:
Delays of up to 15 minutes can be expected to trains between Leeds and Huddersfield / Bradford Interchange / Wakefield Westgate.
Some First TransPennine Express services between York and Manchester Airport will not run. The services that do run will have additional carriages. Customers with tickets for the cancelled trains can use alternative services.
Some Northern Rail services between Leeds and Huddersfield via Bradford Interchange will run between Bradford and Huddersfield only.
Some Northern Rail services between Selby and Huddersfield via Bradford Interchange are running as two separate services - between Selby and Leeds, and between Bradford Interchange and Huddersfield
First TransPennine Express passengers may travel on Virgin Trains East Coast services from Manchester to York / Newcastle.