Major delays on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London to continue until at least 12.30pm

31 January, 2017 - 10:32
Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

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Major delays are set to continue for at least another two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

Train cancellations and delays of 20 minutes or more until 10.30am were announced after the the electricity supply failure between Stevenage and Alexandra Palace was fixed – but Great Northern now anticipate continued disruption until 12.30pm.

Commuter Michael Aldridge this morning tweeted a photo of a packed train and platform at Stevenage, writing: “Fun at Stevenage. Shocking service, no pun intended.”

If you’ve been delayed by 15 minutes or more, you can apply for compensation at thameslinkrailway.com/contact-us/delay-repay.

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