Rail disruption between Stevenage and Peterborough after train breaks down

A Great Northern train driver pulling into King's Cross late this morning apologised for 'incompeten

A Great Northern train driver pulling into King's Cross late this morning apologised for 'incompetent railway management'. Picture: Govia Thameslink - Credit: Archant

A broken-down train between Stevenage and Peterborough means there is rail disruption this afternoon.

According to National Rail enquiries, trains between Stevenage and Peterborough may be delayed for up to 35 minutes, with normal service estimated to resume by 4.45pm.

The train is now on the move again but while congestion on the line subsides, there may still be delays on Great Northern services between Peterborough and Horsham, as well as Grand Central, Hull Trains and Virgin Trains East Coast services.

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