Euston train services return to normal after power problems

Services in and out of London Euston station have returned to normal after earlier power supply problems.

Nearly all services were suspended on Saturday after overhead power lines were damaged in the Wembley area.

Some delays continued on Sunday morning but Network Rail has said a normal timetable is now in operation.

Services from London Euston go to the Midlands, north-west England and Scotland, including major cities such as Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.

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