Delays to train services at Norwich due to signalling failure
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
A signalling fault at Norwich is causing delays to train services in and out of the station.
Trains between London Liverpool Street and Norwich, in both directions and between Norwich and Cambridge, in both directions are being delayed by this fault.
East Midland services in and out of Norwich are also affected by this problem.
Trains running to and from the station may be cancelled or delayed by up to 30 minutes.
A Network Rail team are on site but delays are expected until 6pm.
You may also want to watch:
In a statement on their website Greater Anglia said: 'Customers holding Advance Purchase tickets may travel on alternative services, if your designated train does not run.
'Network Rail engineers are at the location of the problem, known as a Track Circuit Failure and are investigating the cause, to enable a repair to be made as quickly as possible.
- 1 Norfolk fuel update: Football match called off as crisis reaches day five
- 2 Former DJ and worker at Norfolk school was a 'deviant sexual predator'
- 3 Seaside restaurant hit with zero food hygiene rating
- 4 Week's worth of fuel gone in hours at village filling station
- 5 Nine ways to make your fuel last and avoid joining petrol station queues
- 6 Police probe launched after video shows officer kick out
- 7 Latest situation on fuel sees more queues despite continued assurances
- 8 Why are there queues for petrol - and do you really need to fill up?
- 9 Dad who threw daughter into cot cleared of murder
- 10 Aldi to open 100 new stores with eyes on towns in Norfolk
'We are sorry if your travel plans are affected by this disruption.'