Fallen tree causes train disruption between London Liverpool Street and Stansted

Trains delayed

Trains delayed - Credit: Archant

A fallen tree has damaged the overhead electric wires between Harlow Town and Bishops Stortford and is causing disruption to train services.

There are currently no direct trains from London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport and trains are unable to run between Broxbourne and Bishop’s Stortford.

The disruption to services is expected to last until 11am today (November 18).

Customers travelling from London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport have been advised to use Terravision, or National Express coaches as no rail replacement buses are in place to cover the route.

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