Signalling problems hit South London commuters

By William Boardman

A fault with the signalling system on the National Rail has caused train delays that will affect commuters.


The fault occurred at 1.49pm today between London Victoria and Herne Hill, and delays and cancellations for up to 15 minutes are possible for trains towards Victoria until 5pm.


A signalling problem near Brixton was reported, and Network Rail staff are en route to investigate the cause.

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