Wednesday 13 Oct 2021
UPDATE: Incident at Enfield Town - Tuesday 12 October 2021
- Region & Route:
- Eastern: Anglia
Ellie Burrows, Network Rail’s route director for Anglia, said: “Following the incident at Enfield Town yesterday Network Rail engineers, along with teams from Arriva Rail London and Alstom, have worked overnight to recover the affected train. This has been removed and repairs to the track at the station have been completed.
"The line reopened at around 8:30 this morning and a good service is now operating. We would like to thank all involved in responding to the incident yesterday and thank any passengers whose journeys were impacted for their patience while we completed these repairs.”
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