MAJOR DISRUPTION – London Euston reopens after evacuation

London Midland Class 350 & London Overground 378 at London Euston
Class 350 & London Overground 378 at London Euston // Credit: RailAdvent

The fire alarm has sounded at London Euston, meaning that the station has been evacuated whilst an investigation is completed.

Trains in and out of the busy station may cancelled, delayed or revised.

Please check before travelling in and out of the capital.

TRAVEL UPDATES

13th December 2019 @ 20:15

London Euston has reopened!

Trains are expected to be cancelled, revised or delayed up to 80 minutes until the end of the day


13th December 2019 @ 20:05

MAJOR DISRUPTION EXPECTED UNTIL THE END OF THE DAY


13th December 2019 @ 19:55

Updated travel advice from Avanti

Customers may use the following alternatives:

  • Chiltern Railways services between Birmingham Snow Hill and London Euston
  • Great Western Railway between Reading / Newport (South Wales) and London Euston
  • East Midlands Railway between Leicester and London St Pancras International
  • Transport for Wales between Newport (South Wales) and Crewe via Shrewsbury

13th December 2019 @ 19:30

It is anticipated that disruption is expected until 20:00.

Customer Advice

Avanti West Coast

Customers may use Chiltern Railways services between Birmingham Snow Hill and London Euston.

London Overground

London Overground services are not running between Kilburn High Road and London Euston.

Customers may use London Buses between Queens Park and London Euston.

We shall keep you updated as and when updates are released

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  • My dad’s friend works at London Euston and probably would know and heard about the fire alarm. At least it was under control. Must of been a faulty fire alarm that caused the evacuation.