Broken rail causes delays on c2c trains out of London this evening

PUBLISHED: 18:07 15 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:07 15 August 2018

Upminster train station. Picture: Steve Poston

Upminster train station. Picture: Steve Poston


A broken rail is causing delays on c2c trains out of London.

A broken rail is causing delays on c2c trains out of London.

Speed restrictions are in place for country-bound services at Upminster due to “defective tracks”, the rail operator said on Twitter.

Some services have been “blocked”, with others diverted through Rainham from Barking, according to another tweet.

The 5.55pm Grays to London Fenchurch Street service, due 6.34pm, has been cancelled.

Other cancellations include the 7.25pm London Fenchurch Street to Grays service, due 8.01pm.

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