Engineers have fixed track problems which hit trains running to and from Huddersfield.
There were faults in trackside signals and equipment in the Standedge Tunnel at Marsden which caused massive disruption to services yesterday.
But engineers worked well into the evening to carry out repairs.
A Northern Rail spokesman said: “Following a period of disruption to train services between Manchester Victoria and Huddersfield on May 4, Northern Rail can confirm that the evening timetable was restored to normality, with no residual impact on Tuesday’s services operating between these stations”.
A signalling problem in Standedge Tunnel caused Bank Holiday trouble for train passengers.
Some services were cancelled and others ran a much reduced service.
Initial problems involving an axle counter were rectified but further problems developed later in the day.
A number of trains were cancelled but railway station staff said passenger numbers had been fairly quiet.