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Suffolk: Two trains between Ipswich and Cambridge have been cancelled

PUBLISHED: 11:19 31 January 2014 | UPDATED: 11:19 31 January 2014

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Two trains between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire have been cancelled.

Both the 12.20 Ipswich to Cambridge service and the 13.44 train in the opposite direction will no longer run.

The reason being given for the cancellation is a train fault.

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  • It would be better to report the trains that ARE running. Mind you it is a favorite past time sitting outside ipswich station watching all the imigrants buy a train ticket and get ushered onto a bus. Some of the looks on the faces are brilliant

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    Mr cynical

    Friday, January 31, 2014

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