Train services resume between Colchester and Norwich

Monday, July 21, 2014
11:07 AM

Train services are begining to return to normal after a tree fell on overhead cables at Ardleigh causing the suspension of services between Colchester and Norwich.

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The tree fell on the line at 8am causing a loss of overhead power to the trains, but has since been removed and power restored.

However, a spokesman for train operator Greater Anglia warned passengers to expect delays on services until the early afternoon.

The suspension affected festival-goers heading for the Latitude festival near Southwold with large queues forming at Diss station.

Are you affected by the rail delays? Email dominic.bareham@archant.co.uk

2 comments

  • They usually get blamed for not telling people what is going on, not offering refreshment when people are stuck on trains for ages, and not telling people how to claim a refund (which means they claim their compensation from Network Rail and pay out next to nothing to their own passengers - bingo!).

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    a fine city

    Monday, July 21, 2014

  • I expect Greater Anglia will get the blame again for something that is out of there control

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    Derek McDonald

    Monday, July 21, 2014

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