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Trains cancelled between Norwich, Liverpool Street, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft

Norwich Railway Station. Picture: Greater Anglia

Norwich Railway Station. Picture: Greater Anglia

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Trains between Norwich and London Liverpool Street have been delayed or cancelled this morning as a result of a major track fault in the capital.

Trains between Norwich and Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are also running late, or have been cancelled.

The 7am train from Liverpool Street to Norwich has been cancelled, and the Liverpool Street to Norwich 8.30am service will start at Colchester.

This afternoon, the Norwich to Liverpool Street trains at 2.30pm, 3pm and 3.30pm will all terminate at Stratford.

The 5pm train will terminate at Colchester.

Due to a train fault, the 8.09am service between Norwich and Great Yarmouth was delayed until 8.42am, but has not been cancelled.

The 10.05am service between Norwich and Lowestoft was also delayed to 10.52am, but has now also been cancelled.

For more updates, check the Greater Anglia website.

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