Emergency engineering works that have caused big delays on trains around Huddersfield have now ended.
This morning the work took place inside Standedge Tunnel, believed to be the fixing of a broken rail.
That meant many services were cancelled or shortened and some operators chose to run a rail replacement bus service.
Now after the works, First TransPennine Express say all railway lines are now open and trains are running between Huddersfield and Manchester.
However, there may be delays of up to 20 minutes while the service returns to normal.
Northern Rail services between Huddersfield and Manchester Victoria will only run between Greenfield and Manchester Victoria with a bus service picking up the rest of the journey.
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