Passengers are being asked by Northern not to travel on the Calder Valley line as recent heavy snowfall is causing major disruption.
A number of trees have fallen on the railway line between Halifax and Rochdale meaning trains cannot operate.
Rail replacement buses are finding it difficult to run due to dangerous road conditions.
Weather conditions are also affecting parts of the Northern network with disruption affecting trains in Cumbria, North Yorkshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
A spokesperson for Northern said: “Heavy snow has fallen across many parts of our network overnight and into this morning and is causing significant disruption in many areas.”
“We are running rail replacement buses where possible, but in some areas road conditions are simply too treacherous. That’s why, until further notice, we’re asking our customers not to travel on the Calder Valley line between Halifax and Rochdale.
“Customers who need to make essential journeys elsewhere on the network should allow extra time for travel and check before setting off. The poor weather is forecast to continue to several hours today and further disruption is possible on all routes across the north of England.”
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