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Delays on Greater Anglia lines out of Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 07:50 09 November 2018 | UPDATED: 11:40 09 November 2018

Rail delays have been announced by Greater Anglia Picture: NETWORK RAIL

Rail delays have been announced by Greater Anglia Picture: NETWORK RAIL


Commuters faced delays and cancellations this morning after Greater Anglia announced disruption due to a trespass incident.

The train company made the announcement via social media this morning, telling passengers all lines had reopened at Stowmarket following the incident.

However several lines have been delayed.

The 6.16am from Ipswich to Cambridge is currently running 28 minutes behind schedule.

This train will terminate at Bury St Edmunds.

The 6.54am from Ipswich to Cambridge was cancelled.

The 7.03am from Stowmarket to London Liverpool Street will now go from Manningtree.

Meanwhile, the 7.44am from Cambridge back to Ipswich now starts at Bury St Edmunds.

An additional carriage has been added to the 7.24 service to Cambridge from Ipswich town.

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