Train disruptions between Cambridge and King’s Lynn
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Train travel has been disrupted between Cambridge and King's Lynn.
Great Northern train services to and from Downham Market have been particularly disrupted as a result of problems with overhead wire damage between Cambridge and King's Lynn.
The disruption is expected to continue until 3pm on Tuesday, July 30.
A spokesperson for Govia Thameslink Railway said: "Shortly after 9:15am we received reports of damage to the overhead wires between Ely and King's Lynn.
"Specialist network rail engineers, British Transport Police and other operatives are on site.
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"Great Northern are planning to run a train shuttle service between King's Lynn and Downham Market, however there is a freight train blocking the line at Downham Market.
"Some buses have been arranged but these are limited and are not enough to cope with passenger numbers."
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