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Were you affected by train disruption at King's Lynn this morning? Here is the latest information and what action you should take




Passengers who were delayed for more than 15 minutes from King's Lynn station this morning (Monday, May 20) are encouraged to claim compensation.

Signalling problems in the Littleport area from 6.55am this morning meant Great Northern trains between Ely and King's Lynn were disrupted.

A spokesman for Great Northern said the disruption ended at 8.56am with services no longer affected.

He said that the problem was steadily improving from 8am as Great Northern tried to catch up with the usual timetable slots from that point on.

Great Northern thank customers for their patience and instruct those who were delayed for more than 15 minutes to claim compensation via www.greatnorthernrail.com/help-and-support/journey-problems/delay-repay-compensation .

Signalling problems caused rush-hour delays this morning
Signalling problems caused rush-hour delays this morning


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