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South West Trains are now advising commuters to avoid travelling to and from London Waterloo and Vauxhall tomorrow, 16 August.
Train services may be cancelled, delayed or revised, with disruption continuing until the end of the day. Some services will start or end before London Waterloo.
They say an earlier points failure and a partial derailment is the cause for the major disruption to journeys.
The cost of regulated rail fares are set to increase by 3.6%from January 2018, comparing to 2017's 1.9% increase. The new increase will be the highest for the past five years.
Rail workers are also set to host a series of protests around the country, warning passengers they are paying "more for less".
Commuters in Plymouth and Bristol expressed their frustration at the news:
Commuters are being advised that disruptions on rail services, to and from London, may continue tomorrow Wednesday 16 August, following disruptions today after a train partially derailed after it hit a stationary barrier.
An investigation has been put in place to find out the cause of the derailment. No passengers or staff were hurt.
Numerous commuters have expressed their frustration at the delays, further fuelled by the news of the increase in costs of rail tickets.
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