Trains between London and East resume after power line repairs

Train services between London and the east are returning to normal after overnight repairs to damaged power lines.

Passengers travelling between Liverpool Street station , Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire. Norfolk and Suffolk faced disruption on Tuesday.

Network Rail blamed damage to overhead power lines and engineers worked overnight on repairs.

Full rail services resumed on Wednesday morning.

Stansted Express services, which were also affected, are back to normal.

A Network Rail spokesperson said an investigation was taking place.

Passengers are advised to look for the latest travel information on the National Rail website.

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