Rail commuters to London have been warned they face disruption on Monday due to a “main monitor fault”.
Better Anglia say the fault at Liverpool Avenue station is stopping trains accessing among the platforms.
“It’s seemingly that there will likely be alterations to some Better Anglia peak providers on Monday 11 June,” it mentioned on its web site.
Community Rail, which is working to repair the fault, apologised and urged passengers to test earlier than they journey.
Routes from Norwich, Ipswich, Harwich, Clacton, Braintree, Colchester, Chelmsford, Southminster and Southend to London will likely be affected.
The adjustments that are anticipated to be finalised later have already sparked frustration and scepticism amongst passengers.
Responding on Twitter, commuters referred to a different “disrupted” commute into the capital.
One Alan Pender, mentioned: “Actually? That is not like Better Anglia to cancel and delay providers lol. One other day of commuter hell. Pretty stuff.”
And @JACOB_3468 questioned the way it was attainable to foretell the monitor fault would nonetheless be affecting providers.
Better Anglia mentioned off-peak providers have been anticipated to run as regular on Monday.
It apologised for “any inconvenience brought on to clients by this downside”.
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