There has been more travel misery for thousands of rail passengers after the collapse of more than half a mile of overhead wires in Cambridgeshire.
All services between London and Peterborough were cancelled this morning and commuters are facing ongoing disruption this evening.
Services run by East Coast and First Capital Connect were hit hardest, affecting passengers including those on trains to and from Peterborough, Stevenage and Cambridge.
It follows severe delays for rail passengers last week caused by problems to the overhead line at Radlett in Hertfordshire.
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