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Travel: Trains now running normally between Norwich and London Liverpool Street

06:39 05 August 2014

Customers faced delays between Norwich and London Liverpool Street earlier today.

Customers faced delays between Norwich and London Liverpool Street earlier today.

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Trains between Norwich and London Liverpool Street are now running normally following earlier delays.

An empty train from Norwich to Ipswich developed a fault at Swainsthorpe.

The train, once on the move, ran at a reduced speed to Diss.

The 6am service from Norwich to London Liverpool Street and the 6.39am Ipswich to Norwich service were cancelled.

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  • One word for East Anglia's rail infrastructure - rubbish!

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    Tractorboy

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014

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