TRAVEL: Rail services to and from Grantham delayed by overhead line problems
First Hull Trains running between Grantham, Hull, Leeds and Newcastle are subject to delays of up to half-an-hour this morning.
This is because of overhead line problems at Retford in neighbouring Nottinghamshire.
But any tickets bought in advance for the Hull connection are also being accepted on Northern, East Coast, Grand Central and other First Hull services.
The delays of up to 30 minutes on the East Coast mainline between Grantham, Newcastle and Leeds mean tickets will be accepted on Transpennine Express, East Midlands Trains, Cross Country and Virgin services.
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Meanwhile, East Midlands Trains is continuing to run its replacement bus service on its services linking Nottingham, Newark Castle and Lincoln Central this morning.
Track restoration work is continuing after the freight train derailment at Carlton.
Emergency services were at the scene of a crash at just before 7am this morning on the road between Canwick Road traffic lights and Washingborough.
There was at least one female casualty. In Lincoln, roadworks in Monks Road, Newark Road and Brant Road are all areas to avoid at peak times.
Delays will also be caused by temporary traffic lights on the A16 at Spalding - and the A1175 in the town between the B1172 Littleworth Drove and B1173 Barrier Bank junctions.
The same goes for the A17 at Heckington, A52 Bridge End Road in Grantham town centre and the A157 Station Road at Legbourne near Louth.
There are also roadworks continuing for water main repairs on the A607 Main Road at Leadenham and the A607 Cliff Road at Welbourn.
Temporary lights are also still affecting traffic flows on the A631 at South Elkington