There are still long hold-ups on rail services between Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire into the capital following damage to overhead power lines on Wednesday.
The power lines came down at Radlett in Hertfordshire and forced passengers out of stranded trains to walk back to stations along the rails. Trains are now operating along the affected section although there's still disruption as electric trains can use only two of the four lines.
There are delays and cancellations on First Capital Connect, Southeastern and East Midlands services which could continue until tomorrow morning.
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Overhead line problems have again brought rail delays in the Northampton and Milton Keynes areas.
Thousands of train passengers are potentially facing severe delays until the end of the week due to "extensive" damage to power cables.