Train lines reopened following electrical problem

PUBLISHED: 15:31 16 April 2019 | UPDATED: 15:31 16 April 2019

All lines have reopned but disruptions will continue. Picture: Jim Brown

All lines have reopned but disruptions will continue. Picture: Jim Brown

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All lines have reopened between Peterborough and London King’s Cross via Stevenage following a problem with the overhead electric wires.

For a period of time LNER trains – which are powered by the overhead electric wires – were unable to run between Peterborough and King's Cross.

Electric services are now able to run to and from King's Cross, but this will be to an amended timetable.

Trains will continue to be cancelled or run with delays due to trains and train crew being out of position.

For more information visit: greatnorthernrail.com/travel-information.


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