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Overground and c2c passengers face rush hour disruption

PUBLISHED: 17:29 13 June 2018

The Overground has no service between Woodgrange Park and Barking Picture: David Mirzoeff

The Overground has no service between Woodgrange Park and Barking Picture: David Mirzoeff

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Commuters face an evening of disruption with problems on the Overground and c2c lines.

There is currently no service on the Overground between Woodgrange Park and Barking.

Transport for London has said that the line is partially closed due to a track fault at Barking.

Meanwhile c2c passengers are being advised to use the District line between Tower Hill and Upminster due to overhead wire damage between West Ham and Barking.

Some trains have been cancelled while others are terminating early or missing out stations.

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