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A train that derailed at London Waterloo station has been removed from its position.
It's hoped now the carriage is cleared, delays will start to ease.
Train services are returning to normal after the derailment yesterday but some delays can be expected all day.
The train has now been moved and one platform remains closed while the track is repaired.
South West Trains say it's advice not to travel has now been lifted but say there will still be delays.
The company has issued the following apology...
Delays for rail commuters - travelling to Waterloo - were so bad that people were warned not to travel at all.
The cause, a partial derailment, brought the network to a standstill. It meant another day of difficult journeys for thousands of people from our region, trying to get to the capital for work.
Video of scene after derailment. Major chaos for South West Trains customers heading to London Waterloo. Problems are expected all day after a train derailed and a signal failure. Video from Mark Steadman.
Disruption to train services between Peterborough and Ely is likely to continue for 'a few days'.
A Freight Train caused extensive damage when it derailed yesterday (14 August) and all trains are unable to run until repairs are carried out.
East Midlands Trains said:
Network Rail engineers are on site working to recover the derailed wagons, which will need lifting away by crane.
Cross Country say they are running replacement bus services between Ely and Peterborough until further notice.
Platforms 11,12 and 13 are out of use due at London Waterloo due to a train derailing. A limited train service is in operation between London Waterloo and Clapham Junction.