Train services in Gedling borough disrupted by fire at Nottingham Station

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Trains calling at stations in Gedling borough have been cancelled this morning following a major fire at Nottingham Station.

The fire broke out this morning and has resulted in all services calling at Carlton and Netherfield stations to be cancelled.

Delays are expected to continue throughout the morning.

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SMOKE: The train station pictured this morning. Smoke can still be seen in the concourse (PICTURE: Chris Robertson (@_chrisrobertson)
(PICTURE: Steven Dunn @StevenJDunn)
BATTLE: A firefighter tackles the blaze inside the station (PHOTO: Notts Fire & Rescue)

Currently the 9.00am train to Newark Castle, 9.05 to Matlock and 0.955 train to Newark Castle have been cancelled.

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has tweeted that “there are now 10 fire engines in attendance approximately 50 fire fighters fighting the fire at the Nottingham Train Station”

Trains to Leicester, Skegness, Matlock and Lincoln are currently affected.

East Midlands Trains have urged people not to travel to Nottingham Station.

They tweeted earlier: “Please do not travel to Nottingham station this morning as trains will be unable to run and we are unable to provide road transport to or from the station.”

 

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