A landslip in Essex means train services between Colchester and Clacton-On-Sea have been suspended.
Network Rail engineers deemed the area between Alresford and Great Bentley unsafe for trains to run.
Train services will be disrupted until repair work can take place.
Greater Anglia says tickets for today will be accepted tomorrow.
Until works have been completed and engineers are satisfied with the works and deemed it safe, train services will be suspendedA rail shuttle service will be in operation between Walton-on-the-Naze and Thorpe-Le-Soken.
"Until works have been completed and engineers are satisfied with the works and deemed it safe, train services will be suspendedA rail shuttle service will be in operation between Walton-on-the-Naze and Thorpe-Le-Soken."
An investigation is under way into a crash between a train and car at a level crossing in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
Normal service has resumed on the regions rail network following storm damage early on Thursday 18.
Trees fell on tracks and overhead lines during the strong winds. More damaged trees fell on overhead lines on Friday 19 adding to the disruption.
They were removed in the morning and normal service had resumed by 4pm.
UK Power Networks say the vast majority of homes and businesses have had their power restored and hope to have the last few completed today.
Greater Anglia rail passengers face more strikes in the New Year.
The RMT rail union say they are planning 24-hour strikes on the 8th, 10th and 12th of January. These are on top of the one planned on the 27th of December.
The action is part of the long-running row over the role of train guards.
The union’s general secretary Mick Cash said they had “no option” but to strike after attempts to negotiate had been “kicked back in our faces.”
Greater Anglia say they are "very disappointed", but plan to run a full service if the strikes go ahead.
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Rail passengers are being urged to strike up conversation beside railway tracks in an attempt to reduce suicides.
The campaign Small Talk Saves Lives is being supported by a Greater Anglia worker who's quick actions prevented a distressed man from taking his own life at a level crossing last year.
The hope from Samaritans who are part of the campaign is that it will start a wider conversation on how suicide is preventable.
It is the time of the year when train delays and cancellations are blamed on leaves on the line.
It may seem a poor excuse but rail companies say it can be as dangerous as black ice on the roads.
Some are already running limited services as this year's leaf fall has come early. But Greater Anglia say half a million pounds of investment means they're stopping the problem in its tracks
- Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
A £500,000 project has been completed in an attempt to keep disruption caused by leaves on train tracks to a minimum.Read the full story ›
The main rail line from East Anglia into London is to be closed for ten days over Christmas for major engineering work.Read the full story ›
Workers on Greater Anglia have voted overwhelmingly to go on strike in a dispute over the role of guards and driver-only trains.Read the full story ›
The rail company Greater Anglia has been showing off the the new trains coming to a station near you in 2019.
It is a preview of how the new carriages it's buying could look.
The franchise holder is replacing all of its ageing rolling stock with new-look services running in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
Nearly 700 carriages have been ordered from the Bombardier factory in Derby to make up 89 new five-carriage trains and 22 ten-carriage trains.
Commuters using them will have access to plug sockets, USB points and free wifi.
Overall, Greater Anglia is investing £1.4 billion on 169 new trains, of which £900 million is being spent on Bombardier trains.
A further 58 trains are being built for Greater Anglia by Stadler, in Switzerland, for Greater Anglia’s Intercity, Stansted Express and regional services.
- Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes