Due to Storm Doris, London Midland is advising rail users not to travel today if possible.
The company has lifted ticket restrictions so that passengers can delay their journeys and travel tomorrow on Friday, February 24.
While high winds are affecting rail services across the region London Midland train tickets can be used on any of the following services:
<Virgin Trains between London - Birmingham - Chester - Liverpool
<Chiltern Trains between Stourbridge - Kidderminster - Leamington - London Marylebone
<Cross Country between Reading - Birmingham - Manchester - Nottingham
<Arriva Trains Wales between Birmingham - Chester - Shrewsbury
<Merseyrail between Liverpool South Parkway - Liverpool - Chester
<East Midlands Train between Stoke-on-Trent and Crewe
<Southern between Milton Keynes - Watford - Shepherds Bush
<NXWM on all routes.
<London Buses between Watford - London Euston
<London Overground between Watford - London Euston - Shepherds Bush
A 50 mile per hour speed restriction is now in place across the network until at least 1600 hours. This means fewer trains can run and some journeys will take longer to complete. Individual lines are being blocked by falling trees and debris. The Cross City Line between Birmingham and Lichfield is unlikely to re-open today.
For the latest information go to www.londonmidland.com/travel-information/live-information/service-disruption