Train services to London and around Norfolk delayed and cancelled due to signalling faults

PUBLISHED: 07:01 21 July 2017 | UPDATED: 07:55 21 July 2017

Delays on trains this morning. Pic: Sonya Duncan.

Delays on trains this morning. Pic: Sonya Duncan.


Train services in Norfolk are being delayed due to multiple signalling problems around Norfolk.

Due to a fault between Kings Lynn and Cambridge, trains will be running at a reduced speed and services may be revised or cancelled.

Trains to London Liverpool Street from Kings Lynn will be starting in Cambridge. Passengers are being asked to change at Cambridge for London bound journeys.

Disruptions are expected until 8.15am.

Faults with the signalling are also causing problems between Norwich and Diss with trains having to run at a reduced speed.

Services from these stations are expected to be delayed with disruptions until 9.00am.

A spokesman for Greater Anglia said: “We are experiencing minor delays through Diss but the services are currently running as normal.”

The 7.55am service and 8.50am service to Norwich from Lowestoft has been cancelled due to a train fault.

Live service updates can be found on Greater Anglia’s Twiter account.

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