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East Anglia: Signalling fault causes more rail delays

PUBLISHED: 20:54 23 November 2012 | UPDATED: 22:14 23 November 2012

Trains between London and Norwich could be cancelled

Trains between London and Norwich could be cancelled

Archant

RAIL passengers experienced more delays on Friday night following signalling problems between London and Stratford.

Greater Anglia say train services between London Liverpool Street and Norwich may be cancelled or delayed at short notice as a result.

It follows a day of rail chaos on Thursday after a person was reported to have been hit by a train at Goodmayes in north east London.

Trains including the 19:52 Ipswich to London service, the 20:38 from Liverpool Street to Colchester Town and the 21:00 Liverpool Street to Norwich service were among those that were cancelled.

Visit www.journeycheck.com/greateranglia for further updates.

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