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Some of tonight's services out of London have been cancelled after a cable collapsed on a key route. Check with your train service before travelling.
First Capital Connect Customer Service Director, Keith Jipps, apologises for the ongoing disruption to services.
Following damage to more than 1km ofoverhead line equipment at St Neots around 22.00 on Tuesday 19 Feb ourengineers have been working to restore the best possible service forpassengers. Trains are running through the area although the extent of the damagemeans this is a reduced service.
Engineers will return to site at 22.00 tonight(Wed 20 Feb) and carry out complex repairs which will allow a full railservices to resume from 6am. This means no trains will run through the line atSt Neots from 22.00 to 06.00.
Today (Wed 20 Feb) - Two of the four lines areopen until 22.00 allowing a limited service to run. East Coast services arestopping additionally at Huntingdon and Peterborough to allow First CapitalConnect passengers to make connections.
"Passengers are advised to check with theirtrain operator or @nationalrailenq."
Passengers at King's Cross spoke to ITV News and complained that not enough information had been passed on to them about their travel plans.
Passengers are suffering from poor managementand "basic operational planning mistakes" on the railways, a reportby rail regulators said today.
Covering Network Rail's performance, the reportsaid that punctuality on long-distance and London commuter services was"well adrift of funded targets".
There was "deteriorating performance on keyparts of the rail network in England and Wales" but a strong performancein Scotland, the report from the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) said.
Disruption on GrandCentral Trains between Sunderland and Kings Cross, and between BradfordInterchange and Kings Cross due to overhead line problems at St Neots
A large number of departures from London's Kings Cross have been cancelled this morning.
This morning's delays come after thousands of rail commuters struggled to get home because of an electrical supply problem last night.