Companies' recommendation is likely to be a serious breakdown after the destruction of your electricity cables near one of the most busiest railway stations in London. Network Rail has indicated that services to Liverpool Street could be suspended or reviewed up to 8am today. Electrical wires were interrupted between Liverpool Street and Bethnal Green in the east of London.
The stream influences the Greater Anglia Railways, London Overground, Stanstead Express and Transport for London (TFL) services.
Passengers are advised to use their tickets on London Underground, Overground, Greater Anglia, London Buses and c2c to complete their trip on their journey. morning.
Network Rail engineers quickly worked to solve the problem and had wired the wire at about 4.30m.
Trainees are currently working to clear snow trains from the lines.
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As is still, what does not harm the wires is unknown.
Passengers have been advised to make timetables before traveling.
Greater Anglia published a list of other tracks on its Twitter food, as well as details of delays and deleting your website.
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They said: "TFL could normally run after damaging the wires above."
Liverpool Street is one of the largest stations in London and its location is located in London. Most 67 million passengers use it last year according to Network Rail numbers.
Situated in central London, Liverpool Street is the third most stunning station behind Waterloo and Victoria.
In addition to Greater Anglia, London Overground, Stansted Express and TFL services, it also provides a Subway Station.