All trains cancelled or delayed from Preston to Carlisle

File photo dated 15/8/2012 of a Virgin train, as Virgin Trains today promised to increase capacity on the West Coast mainline after it secured a deal to continue running the franchise until March 2017. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday June 19, 2014. The operator said there will be "significant improvements" for customers with the introduction of free superfast WiFi, more seats and new services. See PA story CITY Virgin. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

File photo dated 15/8/2012 of a Virgin train, as Virgin Trains today promised to increase capacity on the West Coast mainline after it secured a deal to continue running the franchise until March 2017. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday June 19, 2014. The operator said there will be "significant improvements" for customers with the introduction of free superfast WiFi, more seats and new services. See PA story CITY Virgin. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

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A broken down train is causing rail repacement buses and delays between Preston and Carlisle.

The engineering train has broken down near Carnforth and the disruption is expected to continue until 12pm.

The break down means services are unable to run between Lancaster and Carlisle and buses are running between the stations to replace any cancelled services.

Northern services may be delayed by up to 30 minutes.

Virgin Trains services are being delayed by up to 60 minutes between Preston and Carlisle and trains are currently unable to call at stations between Preston and Carlisle, meaning a bus replacement service will run between the stations to replace any cancelled services.

Virgin Trains are advising passengers to not travel between Lancaster and Carlisle until approximately 12pm and advance tickets for journeys before then will be accepted on later services.

You can follow this incident using the hashtag #Carnforth on Twitter.