Great Northern rail services between London and Stevenage affected by Moorgate fire

PUBLISHED: 16:14 30 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:19 30 May 2018

Great Northern services between London and Stevenage are to be affected tonight by a fire at Moorgate. Picture: Govia Thameslink

Great Northern services between London and Stevenage are to be affected tonight by a fire at Moorgate. Picture: Govia Thameslink

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Rail services between London and Stevenage are affected this evening by a fire next to the line at Moorgate station.

The fire next to the line at Moorgate means trains cannot go between Moorgate and Finsbury Park, with National Rail indicating the disruption is expected until at least 5.45pm.

National Rail added that where possible, trains were being diverted into London King’s Cross.

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