Trains still facing disruption

Train services around the region are getting back to normal, after two days of major disruption following the big storm. Thousands of commuters were unable to get into work, with many services suspended or severely delayed.

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Travel update: c2c trains cancelled until at least 12 noon

Train services from South Essex into London on c2c have been cancelled until at least 12 noon as a result of storm damage. Operator c2c had hoped trains would begin running again at 9am.

"We do not expect trains to resume until at least 12.00 and our advice remains not to travel.

We currently have power failures between Fenchurch Street and West Ham, and between Purfleet and Tilbury. There has also been debris blocking the track at Thorpe Bay and Upminster.

We are working with Network Rail to tackle these issues, and we will resume train services as soon as we can.

We’re sorry for the impact this has had on your day."

– c2c

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c2c trains in South Essex suspended until further notice

Train services from South Essex into London on c2c remain suspended this morning after storm damage. Operator c2c had hoped trains would begin running again at 9am.

"We currently have multiple track circuit failures in the Fenchurch Street, Barking, Upminster and Purfleet areas, which are being worked on by Network Rail. We do not expect trains to resume at 09.00 and our advice remains not to travel. We will provide an update as soon as possible when we have a new estimate for trains running."

– c2c website

Travel update: Greater Anglia services now suspended until at least 10am

Greater Anglia will not be running any services until at least 10am this morning due to high winds affecting areas across the network.

Replacement road transport will also not be available.

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