Passengers travelling on the Central Line this morning (March 10) are facing major delays after an empty train derailed in White City.

Transport for London (TfL) said there is no service between Ealing Broadway and Marble Arch.

It comes after an empty train derailed at White City, and there are minor delays on the rest of the line.

Tickets will be accepted on London Buses, Chiltern Railways and Great Western Railway via any reasonable route.

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Service resumes but severe delays

The Central Line has said the following:

Service has resumed with severe delays due to an earlier derailment of an empty train at White City.

Latest statement from TfL: 'We're very sorry'

A Transport for London (TfL) spokesman said: “We’re very sorry for the disruption caused to passengers this morning and we worked to resume services as quickly as possible.

“There will be a full investigation into this incident.”

Service resumes on Central Line

The Central Line service is now running after closure between North Acton and Marble Arch.

However, Transport for London (TfL) said there are still delays on the line as it copes with the knock-on effects of the disruption.

A train had derailed at White City, but TfL added the situation has now been resolved.

What we know so far

Here is our latest story on what we know so far on the Central Line disruption.

There are severe delays, with TfL advising passengers to avoid the Central Line.

Latest from TfL

This is the latest from the TfL on the status of the Central Line:

No service between North Acton and Marble Arch while we deal with a derailment of an empty train at White City.

SEVERE DELAYS on the rest of the line.

Tickets will be accepted on London Buses, TfL Rail, Chiltern Railways and Great Western Railway via any reasonable route.

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Transport for London (TfL) update

Transport for London (TfL) have said that it was one carriage which derailed at White City at around 4am this morning.

It was empty and there were no injuries, it added.

It is not yet clear when the line will return to a full service.

Line reopens between Ealing Broadway and North Acton

The Central Line between Ealing Broadway and North Acton has reopened, but the line is still closed between North Acton and Marble Arch.

Although the line has reopened between Ealing Broadway and North Acton, there are still delays between these stations.

Passengers vent frustration

Delays also on the Bakerloo Line

There are also delays on the Bakerloo Line this morning.

No service is running between Paddington and Queens Park while Transport for London (TfL) fix a faulty train at Kilburn Park.

There are severe delays on the rest of the line.

This is unrelated to the delays on the Central Line caused by a derailed train in White City.

TfL urge customers to use alternative routes

Well said Phil

We feel your pain Kristian!

Good morning!

Good morning readers.

No service between Ealing Broadway and Marble Arch on the Central Line, what a nightmare!

We’ll be updating you throughout the morning, and will be pushing Transport for London (TfL) for an answer on when the line will reopen.