Faulty level crossing causes train delays
FAULTY level crossing barriers caused delays for rail passengers this morning. The barriers at the Litlington level crossing became stuck at around 7.30am. A spokesman for train operator First Capital Connect said: Staff at Royston station were informed
FAULTY level crossing barriers caused delays for rail passengers this morning.
The barriers at the Litlington level crossing became stuck at around 7.30am.
A spokesman for train operator First Capital Connect said: "Staff at Royston station were informed by a passenger that the barriers at Litlington were not closing properly.
"This caused a disruption to services between Royston and Ashwell and Morden stations, but the problem was resolved by 8.55am."
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The spokesman added that although trains were running as normal, passengers will still experience slight residual delays until later this morning.
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