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Greater Anglia announce travel alterations for Sunday

PUBLISHED: 18:00 16 June 2018

Their will be alterations to trains going through Ipswich tomorrow  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Their will be alterations to trains going through Ipswich tomorrow Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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Further alterations to Greater Anglia’s timetable have been announced as Network Rail fix a cracked rail at London Liverpool Street.

A statement on Greater Anglia’s website said: “There will be some Greater Anglia service alterations this Sunday morning, 17th June - to enable Network Rail to fix the cracked rail at London Liverpool Street which has caused peak time service alterations this week, and to ensure a return to the full normal service next week.

“As a result, until 12.00, Norwich to London intercity services and Cambridge to London services will start and terminate at Stratford, not London Liverpool Street.”

A number of alterations are already planned for tomorrow.

Norwich to London

07:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 08:55

08:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 09:52

08:20 Norwich to London Liverpool Street will be cancelled

09:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 10:52

10:00 Norwich to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 11:52

London to Norwich

09:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich will start at Stratford at 09:36

10:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich will start at Stratford at 10:36

11:00 London Liverpool Street to Norwich will be cancelled

11:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich will start at Stratford at 11:36

12:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich will start at Stratford at 12:36

Cambridge to London

07:32 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 08:43

07:51 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 09:14

08:32 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 09:43

08:51 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 10:14

09:32 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 10:43

09:49 Cambridge North to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 11:14

10:32 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 11:43

10:49 Cambridge North to London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stratford at 12:14

London to Cambridge

08:57 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge North will start at Stratford at 08:57

09:28 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge will start at Stratford at 09:26

09:57 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge North will start at Stratford at 09:56

10:28 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge will start at Stratford at 10:26

10:57 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge North will start at Stratford at 10:56

11:28 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge will start at Stratford at 11:26

11:57 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge North will start at Stratford at 11:56

12:28 London Liverpool Street to Cambridge will start at Stratford at 12:27

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by these alterations.

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