Trains back to normal between Peterborough and Ely as signal system repaired
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A signalling problem at Kings Dyke near Whittlesey has been repaired and trains between Peterborough and Ely are back running.
A spokesman for East Midland Trains said: “We had a fault with the signalling system at Kings Dyke, near Peterborough.
T”his is between Peterborough and Ely. This was disrupting our trains on the Liverpool Lime Street/Nottingham/Norwich route.
“The lines have now re opened.”
The spokesman added: “Our trains on the route will now be able to run in both directions between Peterborough and Ely.
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“Customers travelling between Liverpool Lime Street and Norwich are likely to experience extended journey times of up to 20 minutes and short notice alterations to trains.”
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