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Thousands of rail commuters heading into London are facing lengthy delays today after a signalling centre at a railway station in West Sussex wasevacuated. Fire crews cleared the centre at Three Bridges in Crawley after fire alarms went off.
The closure is causing major disruption to rail networks south of the capital. Southern services between Brighton, Horsham and East Croydon may be delayed by 90 minutes until midday.
First Capital Connect trains between Brighton and East Croydon are also delayed, as are First Great Western Trains between Gatwick and Reigate, and Gatwick Express between Victoria and Brighton. The problems are expected to last all morning.
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Earlier problems on the C2C line between London and Southend have now cleared.
Rail replacement buses are running between Pitsea and Grays - with journey times extended by up to an hour.
The disruption is expected to last until lunchtime.
There is disruption on C2C train lines between Fenchurch Street and Southend Central, after a person was hit by a train.
Disruption on GatwickExpress between Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to person hit by a train atSouth Croydon.
Disruption on Gatwick Express between Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to person hit by a train at South Croydon.
Barons Court station closed for the District Line and Piccadilly Line at Barons Court due to a policerequest.
Minor delays onDistrict Line Eastbound due to earlier emergency engineering works at EarlsCourt