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Signalling fault causes disruption to train services at Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 13:10 08 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:10 08 March 2018

A signalling fault has caused some disruption to services at Ipswich station. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

A signalling fault has caused some disruption to services at Ipswich station. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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A signalling fault earlier today at Ipswich has caused some disruption to train services.

All lines are now open but train services in the Ipswich area are subject to delays, alterations or cancellations, according to Greater Anglia.

The following services have been cancelled:

1.48pm Lowestoft to Norwich

1.44pm Cambridge to Ipswich

3pm Liverpool Street to Norwich

Disruption is expected until 3pm.

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