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Passengers face delays after signalling fault at Ipswich Railway Station

Ipswich Railway Station

Ipswich Railway Station

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Passengersfaced delays at Ipswich Railway Station this morning due to a fault with a signalling system.

According to the Greater Anglia Twitter account, all lines were blocked because of a fault in a the system, known as a Track Circuit Failure.

Train services running through Ipswich were delayed by up to 20 minutes.

However, at 9.30pm this morning, Greater Anglia confirmed that disruption to services had ended.

A spokesman said: “Advance purchase ticket holders will be allowed to travel on earlier or later trains if your booked service is cancelled.”

Specific train service changes can be viewed here.

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