Trains from London St. Pancras to Nottingham back to normal after flooding

Trains from London St Pancras to Nottingham are back to normal following delays this morning due to flooding.

The delays were caused by major flooding in the Farringdon area near London St Pancras due to a burst water main.

East Midlands Trains say Network Rail teams are on site and pumping the water out.

Over 60,000 litres of water has been cleared over the last few hours but there is still standing water up to a depth of 1 ft. in many places.

However there have been some cancellations to the service including the 11.01am and 1.10pm trains from London St Pancras International to Corby and the 4.26pm train from London St Pancras to Sheffield.

Travellers who were affected and did not travel today can apply for a refund at the place where they bought their ticket.

If your tickets were bought via East Midlands Trains by phone, they need to be sent back to:


East Midlands Trains Customer Service Centre

Overline House

Southampton Central Station


SO15 1AL

If they were bought on their website, they need to be sent back to:

East Midlands Trains

Refunds Department

PO Box 23972




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