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Marylebone Station was evacuated after a fire started inside the building on Saturday (October 19).
Chiltern Railways confirmed that "all lines into London Marylebone are currently blocked', while National Rail said that disruption was expected to last until 2pm.
The Bakerloo Line tweeted: "If travelling via Marylebone, the station is closed while we respond to a fire alert.
"Trains will not be stopping in both directions."
Reports on social media suggested the station's Pret a Manger was the source of the fire, although this has not been confirmed.
Station now reopenedAll lines have reopened after the emergency services have dealt with the fire at London Marylebone.
Trains running to and from the station may still be cancelled or delayed by up to 15 minutes whilst the service returns to normal.
This article first appeared on www.mylondon.news
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