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Wednesday 24 Oct 2018

Passengers travelling on South Western Main Line urged to check before they travel due to signalling problems

Region & Route:
Southern: Wessex
| Southern

Network Rail is advising passengers planning on travelling on the South Western Main Line this morning to check before they travel due to an issue with the signalling system between Surbiton and Woking. The fault may affect passengers travelling on the line into London Waterloo.

Network Rail engineers are on site and are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible, but the issue means that a reduced service will be in place for passengers and they are strongly advised to check before they travel via National Rail Enquiries or with their train operator.

 Network Rail would like to apologise for any disruption this is causing and thank passengers for their patience whilst we work to resolve this.


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03457 11 41 41

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Network Rail press office - Amy Brenndorfer
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