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Trains between London and Norwich cancelled

06:42 22 April 2014

Two trains cancelled between London and Norwich

Two trains cancelled between London and Norwich

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Two trains between Norwich and London Liverpool Street were cancelled this morning

The 05.00 train from Norwich to Liverpool Street, due at 06.54, and the 7.30 train from Liverpool Street to Norwich, due at 9.27, were both cancelled.

The cancellations were due to electricity being switched off for safety reasons.

Other trains are facing delays of up to 11 minutes.


  • Her freedomf, don't you mean a repainted train with that stupid new "Shambellio greater Anguish" painted on the side? Really improved the service that investment has! Refurbishment follows now so that they can now start taking carriages back out of service again to further improve things... Good planners these Dutch!

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    Tuesday, April 22, 2014

  • What !, not even sight of a 'refurbished train' ?

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    Tuesday, April 22, 2014

  • What !, not even a sight of a 'refurbished train' ?

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    Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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