Train services cancelled 'due to heat' [BBC News]





Date: 27/06/2011

Heat on overhead power lines has caused the cancellation of trains between London Liverpool Street and Suffolk and Essex. The National Express East Anglia hourly service from London to Ipswich will be cancelled from 1202 BST while others will terminate at Colchester.


External links

Liverpool Street train delays caused by heat continue - BBC News
Overhead lines at Margaretting, in Essex

BBC News

Overheated power lines continue to cause train delays and cancellations between London Liverpool Street and most parts of the East.

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DBSO 9701 at the head of a Liverpool Street - Norwich push-pull set awaiting its departure time from the London terminus in September 2006. The locomotive at the other end of the train is 90014 [see image 8798].
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Company: Great Eastern Railway
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Scene at Liverpool Street in September 2006 with 90011 and 90014 at the buffer stops.
Location: Liverpool Street
Company: Great Eastern Metropolitan Station and Railways
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A recent arrival from Norwich stands at Liverpool Street in September 2006
Location: Liverpool Street
Company: Great Eastern Metropolitan Station and Railways
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