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Signalling fault leads to more rail problems for West Norfolk commuters


By Lynn News Reporter


Launch of new trains and opening of new Cambridge North Station. (3008948)
Launch of new trains and opening of new Cambridge North Station. (3008948)

Train services to and from West Norfolk are subject to delays and cancellations this morning because of a signalling fault.

The 8.03 arrival into Lynn from Cambridge and the 8.12 departure from Lynn to London have both been cancelled, while other services are being delayed by at least 15 minutes.

The problems are related to a signalling fault on the line between Cambridge and Royston.

Although the fault is understood to have been fixed, Great Northern says the disruption is likely to continue until around 9am.

The problems come on the fourth day of a new interim timetable introduced by the operator following disruption after an earlier schedule change in May.



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