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Severe weather warning means that c2c and Greater Anglia trains will finish earlier than normal tonight.

PUBLISHED: 13:37 26 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:37 26 February 2018

C2c and Greater Anglia trains will be running reduced services following a severe weather warning.

C2c and Greater Anglia trains will be running reduced services following a severe weather warning.

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Train services will be reduced from tonight through to Thursday.

A severe weather warning has meant that Romford trains will finish earlier than normal tonight.

Train operators c2c and Greater Anglia have announced that a normal timetable will run until 9pm tonight (Monday, February 26) but after that some services will be altered or cancelled.

The company has urged customers to check for details before making their journey.

A special c2c timetable has been released and the below trains will be affected.

Shoeburyness - Laindon - London Fenchurch Street / London Liverpool Street

21:41 Shoeburyness - London Fenchurch Street WILL NOT RUN

21:55 Shoeburyness - London Liverpool Street WILL NOT RUN

22:25 Shoeburyness - London Liverpool Street WILL NOT RUN

22:56 Shoeburyness - London Liverpool Street WILL NOT RUN

23:04 London Fenchurch Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

23:15 London Liverpool Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

23:26 Shoeburyness - London Liverpool Street WILL NOT RUN

23:45 London Liverpool Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

00:23 (Tuesday Morning) London Liverpool Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

00:42 (Tuesday Morning) London Liverpool Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

There will also be no c2c services at either London Liverpool Street or Stratford stations this evening.

Southend Central - Ockendon - London Fenchurch Street

21:11 London Fenchurch Street - Southend Central will now call at all stations to Shoeburyness

21:41 London Fenchurch Street - Southend Central will now call at all stations to Shoeburyness

21:42 Southend Central - London Fenchurch Street will now terminate at Barking

22:42 Southend Central - Barking WILL NOT RUN

23:11 London Fenchurch Street - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

23:12 Southend Central - Barking WILL NOT RUN

23:51 Upminster - Pitsea WILL NOT RUN

00:11 (Tuesday Morning) Barking - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

01:01 (Tuesday Morning) Upminster - Shoeburyness WILL NOT RUN

Grays - Rainham - London Fenchurch Street

22:10 Grays - London Fenchurch Street will now terminate at Barking

23:10 Grays - Barking WILL NOT RUN

23:39 Barking - Grays WILL NOT RUN

00:09 (Tuesday Morning) Barking - Grays WILL NOT RUN

00:49 (Tuesday Morning) Barking - Grays WILL NOT RUN

Greater Anglia trains told customers last night (Sunday, February 25) that due to the weather warning, that trains from Monday through to Thursday could be altered or cancelled at short notice.

It also said that tonight (Monday, February 26) services will finish at 10pm, and a reduced service will run from 8pm.

TfL Rail said its services would finish at 11pm tonight.

For more information visit the c2c or Greater Anglia trains websites.

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