PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) –A portion of Amtrak’s Keystone Service, which connects Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and New York City has been ‘partially restored,’ according to Amtrak on Monday morning.

Residual delays may occur as the train service works on finishing all the repairs needed.

This is after the service canceled all services along the line on Sunday, April 2 due to downed wires.

“Very professional and gave us the options of either refunds or rescheduled times or just drive up to Harrisburg and hop on the train here, so that’s what we’re doing,” said James Krepelka, who was impacted by the cancellation.

Lamont Alen who had his train to New York canceled said, “I guess because of the storm from yesterday because it was real windy and rain so I guess that’s the reason why it’s going on, it’s unfortunate.”

The Keystone Service provides frequent daily service between New York City and Harrisburg by way of Philadelphia.