Warning as flooding on rail line causes delays and cancellations for Harrogate services for York and Leeds
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Commuters are reporting problems with delays and cancellations on the York-Harrogate-Leeds rail services.
Earlier today, there were delays of up to one hour on Northern and London North Eastern Railway between Harrogate and Leeds.
A spokesperson said at 9am: "There is heavy rain flooding the railway between Horsforth and Harrogate, the line is blocked. Train services running through these stations may be cancelled or delayed. Network rail are on site assessing the flooding."
The latest travel update for people travelling from Harrogate today is that things are improving with 20 minute delays on the Harrogate line.
Rail passengers travelling back from Leeds late last night were warned by staff of replacement buses provided by York Pullman being requested by LNER for the service between London Kings Cross and Harrogate as the full scale of the problems created by the wintry weather problems emerged.