UPDATED: Trains cancelled after signalling fault

Trains cancelled after signalling fault

Trains cancelled after signalling fault

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TRAINS from Southend Victoria to London Liverpool Street were cancelled this morning due to signalling problems.

The 8.30am train was cancelled, as were the 7.42am and 8.12am services.

Platforms five to 12 at Liverpool Street were affected by the problem, meaning routes in and out of the station were cancelled or delayed at short notice.

Coming out of London the 8.55 and 9.55am services to Southend Victoria were cancelled.

London Underground were accepting Greater Anglia tickets, as were TfL buses between Harold Wood and Stratford.

Engineers from Network Rail attended London Liverpool Street to fix the problem and services were running as normal by 11.30am.

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11:04am Mon 28 Apr 14

sesibollox says...

C2C is better by far
Never a thought of going by car
C2C is better by far Never a thought of going by car sesibollox
  • Score: 5

2:21pm Mon 28 Apr 14

emcee says...

Fares go up, up, up whilst quality of service, equipment and maintenance goes down, down, down.
Fares go up, up, up whilst quality of service, equipment and maintenance goes down, down, down. emcee
  • Score: 6

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