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Delays resolved on Greater Anglia Services between Felixstowe and Ipswich after earlier train fault at Trimley

15:51 16 January 2016



A train replacement bus service put in operation between Ipswich and Felixstowe has ended now rail services have resumed.

A train fault at Trimley was causing severe delays, with services replaced by a temporary bus service this morning.

The 9.28 service to Ipswich developed the fault.

To find out more and to see if your journey is affected visit here

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  • I've just purchased a Senior Railcard at some cost and I am wondering whether I've just wasted the my money (perhaps the answer is to take the X7 tofrom Ipswich station and pretend that the Felixstowe branch line doesn't exist)? The problem with that is that there are people who depend upon the existence of the line!

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    John Shirley

    Sunday, January 17, 2016

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