Tight squeeze for rush hour commuters
CITY commuters faced a tight squeeze onboard rush hour trains this morning.
National Express East Anglia reduced the number of carriages on trains travelling between Norwich and Liverpool Street following operating problems.
A diesel engine break-down meant carriages from Great Yarmouth were unable to meet carriages from Lowestoft and form a complete train in Norwich.
A spokesman for National Express said the problem had not caused any delays and that longer trains were due to follow shortly after those affected by the break-down.