Investigations are continuing into the cause of the fire which swept through Nottingham Station as services returned to normal on Monday.
The station which first reopened at 4.45am on Saturday is now able to provide a full service to all seven platforms.
“We are pleased to have been able to resume our full train service so quickly”
Jake Kelly, East Midlands Trains Managing Director
This includes lift access to platforms one to six and step free access to platform seven. Information screens are back up and running on the platforms and teams remain onsite to sell tickets throughout the day.
The ticket office still remains closed due to extensive fire damage, customers looking to buy tickets for future travel are advised to book via the website, https://www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk/.
Jake Kelly, Managing director of East Midlands Trains, said: “We are pleased to have been able to resume our full train service so quickly.
“This is a tribute to the huge amount of work carried out by East Midlands Trains staff as well as colleagues in Network Rail.
“I remain incredibly proud of the team effort everybody in the city and the wider region has displayed over the past three days.”
Although full train services have resumed passengers are advised to check before travel.
It is unclear how long parts of the station will be closed for.
The fire happened at the same time as police were dealing with a major incident on Talbot Street in the city.
Officers were called to the area after reports of a knife-point robbery at around 1.50am.
The incident led to tram services being suspended for several hours as police investigated the incident.
Yesterday a 22-year-old man appeared in court in connection with incident.
Joseph Hardy, of Calveley Road, Nottingham, has been charged with robbery, assault with intent to resist arrest and obstructing a police officer in the execution of their duty.
He has also been charged with failing to appear at court.
Hardy, who denies the charges is due to appear before magistrates court on February 26.