Broken down train at Royston causing delays between Stevenage and Cambridge

14:06 30 June 2014

A broken down train at Royston is causing delays to services

A broken down train at Royston is causing delays to services

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A broken down train is causing delays to services this afternoon (Monday).

Rail service provider First Capital Connect informed their customers via Twitter at 1.46pm that there will be delays of up to 20 minutes to services between Stevenage and Cambridge after a train broke down at Royston.

The route affected is that which runs between London Kings Cross and Kings Lynn.

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