Major rail delays after wires stolen
RAIL passengers across East Anglia have been warned to expect major delays after thieves stole copper overhead wiring in the Marks Tey area.
RAIL passengers have been warned to expect major delays after thieves stole copper overhead wiring in the Marks Tey area.
Investigations into the theft are now underway but rail operator National Express East Anglia is advising that journeys could be delayed by up to an hour.
Reduced services are running between Norwich and London Liverpool Street.
Trains from Norwich are leaving on the hour for London whilst those coming out of the capital are departing at 30 minutes past the hour to Norwich.
Services between Harwich Town and London Liverpool Street are suspended and instead running to and from Colchester only.
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Trains between Lowestoft and Peterborough and London Liverpool Street will run only as far as Ipswich until further notice.