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Greater Anglia: Trains cancelled as signalling problems leave some platforms at London Liverpool Street inaccessible.

09:22 18 July 2014

Abellio Greater Anglia

Abellio Greater Anglia

A number of railway services between Ipswich and London Liverpool Street have been cancelled today.

The 6.00 service from Ipswich to London, 6.47 service from Colchester Town to London, 7.16 service from Harwich Town to London, 7.17 from Witham to London, 7.38 Ipswich to London, 8.00 Colchester Town to London, have all been cancelled due to signalling problems London Liverpool Street station which means platforms 7, 8, 9 and 10 are inaccessible.

Other services cancelled are the 11.00 service from London to Norwich, 15.52 service from Ipswich to London, 16.17 service from London to Witham, 16.47 service from London to Witham, 16.53 service from Colchester to London, 17.12 service from London to Witham, 17.32 service from London to Clacton-On-Sea, 18.16 service from Witham to London, 18.18 service from London to Ipswich, 18.38 service from London to Ipswich, and 19.52 service from Ipswich to London.

Trains are no longer calling at stations en route from Ipswich to London Liverpool Street.

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