Southeastern has made some changes to its train timetable after a signalling problem caused major disruption on lines through Dartford.
There is major disruption on Southeastern at Dartford due to signalling problem. All trains through the Dartford area are currently at a standstill and there is currently no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
It's been a week of misery and chaos for rail commuters. Passengers were left stranded again, today, because of cancellations and delays.
The disruption was caused by signalling problems at Slough - and between Twyford and Maidenhead. Routes through Reading station to Paddington were badly affected.
Today, Network Rail apologised for the problems. Cary Johnston talked to Dan Panes of First Great Western - which is likely to get an extension to its franchise.