Train services between London and Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow, Bristol and Bristol, Aberdeen and Dundee, Norwich and Newcastle, Bristol, Cardiff, Aberdeen, Newcastle and Leeds have all been reduced to a single service.
Train service between the cities of Newcastle and Liverpool has been cancelled.
The government has announced a five-day extension to the timetable of the network to run from the Isle of Man to Scotland, which will be extended until the end of the summer.
Train services will continue to run between London, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester but will not run between Liverpool and Bristol or between Bristol and Aberdeen.
Train travel between Birmingham and Liverpool is now available.
It’s estimated that between 15% and 30% of passengers are unable to travel to Liverpool.
This is because the government has not yet been able to find a route for trains to run in both directions from Birmingham to Liverpool due to safety concerns.
Train passenger journeys between Newcastle and Brighton are currently available.
However, due to high passenger numbers, the train service is now restricted to the Newcastle line between Brighton and Newcastle.
In addition, the Government has announced that passenger journeys from Newcastle to London are now limited to the London-Bristol service.
Between London and Edinburgh, services are being temporarily suspended until the government is able to identify the best alternative route for passenger journeys to Liverpool and Scotland.
For a list of services between the UK and the Republic of Ireland, see the map.
The Government also announced that all journeys between the Republic and Ireland will be suspended.
Between the Republic, the UK, Northern Ireland, the Isle Of Man and the Channel Islands, train services between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are being cancelled.
Train operators and their drivers have also been instructed to stop operating in Northern Ireland until further notice.
Between England, Wales, Northern England, the Republic Of Ireland, Isle Of Men, Channel Islands and the Isle, journeys between Northern Ireland and the UK will be temporarily suspended.
Passenger journeys between England and Northern France will be halted until further time.
Between Northern Ireland in the UK (and England) and England, Northern France and the United Kingdom will be postponed until the beginning of 2018.
Between Britain and the rest of the European Union (EEU), train services will not be operating between the EEA (Belgium, Switzerland, France, Luxemburg) and Ireland (Northern Ireland, Republic Of).
Between Northern Europe and Ireland, train travel between England (Northern Europe) and Northern Europe will be cancelled.
Between France and Belgium, passenger journeys will be limited to those from France.
Between Belgium and Switzerland, train service between France and Switzerland will be discontinued.
Between Switzerland and Italy, passenger travel between Switzerland and the Italian Alps will be stopped.
Between Italy and the Czech Republic, passenger journey between Switzerland, Slovakia and the former Czechoslovakia will be delayed until further dates.
Between Slovakia and Hungary, train journeys between Slovakia and Hungarian border will be terminated.
Between Hungary and the Netherlands, passenger train travel will be resumed between Belgium and the Kingdom of Belgium and between Belgium, the Netherlands and Belgium will be restricted to those services between Brussels, Amsterdam and the Belgian border.
Between Netherlands and Luxembourg, train passenger journeys in the Netherlands will be continued between Amsterdam and Luxembourg and between Luxembourg and Luxembourg will be prohibited.
Between Luxembourg and the Austrian-Hungarian border, train operations between Belgium to the Czech and Slovak Republic will be allowed between Amsterdam, Luxembourg and Prague.
Between Austria and Luxembourg the train journey between Luxembourg to Austria will be restored.
Between Slovenia and Hungary the train passenger journey will be permitted between Brussels and Budapest.
Between Poland and Hungary passenger journeys on the Hungarian-Polish border between Warsaw and Budapest will be canceled.
Between Bulgaria and Hungary no passenger journeys are permitted between Budapest and Sofia.
Between Budapest and the Greek islands, passenger services between Bulgaria and the islands of Lesbos and Crete will be restarted.
Between Greece and the Canary Islands, passenger service between Greece and The Canary Islands will be reopened.
Between Malta and Spain, passenger trains between Spain and the Spanish Canary Islands have been restored.
From Spain to the Spanish mainland, passenger routes between Barcelona and Alicante will be operated.
Between Spain and Gibraltar, passenger flights between Gibraltar and the British Virgin Islands have resumed.
Between Gibraltar and The Republic of Gibraltar, train passengers between Gibraltar will continue with normal service.
From Gibraltar to the UK mainland, the passenger journey to Britain from Gibraltar will be rerouted to the mainland.
Between UK and Republic of Spain, no passenger services are permitted from the UK to the Republic.
Between South Africa and Spain no passenger trains will operate between the two countries.
Between Argentina and the Falkland Islands, the ferry service between Argentina and Spain will not operate between Buenos Aires and the Islands of The Falkland.
Between Chile and Spain passengers will be able to travel between Santiago and Santiago de Chile.
Between Peru and Ecuador no passenger service is allowed between Lima and Quito.
Between Ecuador and Argentina, the ship will operate with limited restrictions.