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Delays and service alterations on c2c between Upminster and Shoeburyness

07:38 07 April 2014

C2C train at Fenchurch Street

C2C train at Fenchurch Street

c2c Trains

Passengers are seeing delays of up to 10 minutes on c2c trains between Shoeburyness and Upminster.

Trains that run between Pitsea and Barking via Grays are also being diverted to run via Basildon and therefore will not stop at Stanford-le-Hope, East Tilbury, Tulbury Town, Grays, Chafford Hundred, or Ockendon.

The service problems have been cased by a signal failure at Pitsea and are expected to continue until 9am.

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