UPDATE: Normal service resumes on trains after overhead cable problems

PUBLISHED: 09:02 19 December 2012




TRAINS are running through Crow country again this morning after two days of problems with power cables.

Trains serving London King’s Cross have been cancelled or delayed for the last two days due to the problems with the cables between Hitchin and Stevenage, with shuttle bus services put in place.

However, train operator First Capital Connect said that a normal service had resumed on the route between King’s Cross and Cambridge today, Wednesday, though many trains are still subject to delays.

For details of alterations, visit www.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk/plan-your-journey/live-train-updates.


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