East Anglia: Trains back to normal after death on the main line

RAIL services between East Anglia and London were back to normal this afternoon after a person was killed by a train at Ilford earlier in the day.

Rail services on all lines were suspended immediately after the accident with happened shortly after 10am.

An hour later two of the four tracks re-opened, but the other two tracks remained closed while officers from British Transport Police carried out initial investigations.

All four tracks were re-opened shortly after lunch and by 3.15pm Greater Anglia was back running a normal service on the main line into Liverpool Street.