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Travel: Delays for rail users between Ipswich and Colchester

PUBLISHED: 09:01 13 December 2012

Delays on the trains

Delays on the trains

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RAIL users face delays between Ipswich and Colchester this morning due to a broken down train.

A broken down train is causing disruption at Manningtree with knock-on delays between Ipswich and Colchester which are expected until 10am.

Passengers travelling between Ipswich/Norwich and London may travel via Cambridge and use First Capital Connect services to and from London Kings Cross. Passengers may also use London Underground services on any reasonable route.

To find out whether this will impact on your journey and to get alternative options use the National Rail Enquiries real-time journey planner or call TrainTracker on 0871 2004950.

For the latest rail travel news follow National Rail Enquiries on Twitter or Facebook. Twitter hashtag: #Manningtree

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