Train chaos after overhead line failure

TRAIN passengers are facing long delays and replacement buses after overhead wire problems stopped services between Ipswich and many other stations in East Anglia.

TRAIN passengers are facing commuting chaos today after overhead wire problems stopped services between Ipswich and many other stations in East Anglia.

A spokesman for One said replacement buses are now in operation to take rail passengers from Ipswich to Norwich and Cambridge.

One Railway services between Ipswich and the two destinations have been suspended following overhead line problems in the Claydon area.

Instead passenger can take buses to either Bury St Edmunds or Diss and catch trains to other stations from there. However trains are still running hourly between Ipswich and London.

For live updates visit www.eveningstar.co.uk/travel

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