Level crossing barrier fault causes delays on Norwich to Cambridge train line

07:32 01 March 2016

Train in the Norwich to Cambridge line. Photo: Bill Smith

Train in the Norwich to Cambridge line. Photo: Bill Smith

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A level crossing barrier fault is causing delays on the Norwich to Cambridge train line this morning.

The issue at Attleborough has forced services to run at a reduced speed on all lines.

Passengers are warned of delays of up to 10 minutes, with disruption expected until 10am.


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