STORM EUNICE: All trains suspended on Greater Anglia network
Greater Anglia has suspended all of the services on its network due to the ongoing effects of Storm Eunice.
The train operator has confirmed that it is taking a break in train services to allow Network Rail staff to remove trees and repair the damage to the lines caused by flying debris.
A Greater Anglia spokesperson said: “Please be advised- Train services running across the entire network are suspended.
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“A break in train services is being taken for Network Rail staff to remove trees and repair the infrastructure before we are able to run a service.
“Customers who have booked tickets for today can use tickets on another day.
“Customers can choose to rearrange their travel plans free of charge, which can be done where they bought their tickets.”