Rail passengers urged not to travel on Stansted to London line during Storm Doris
PUBLISHED: 07:50 24 February 2017 | UPDATED: 07:50 24 February 2017
Rail operator Greater Anglia advised passengers not to travel on the West Anglia line on Thursday, February 23, due to disruption caused by Storm Doris.
Overhead line problems between Tottenham Hale and Cheshunt meant all lines are blocked, and train services were cancelled.
Although specific details were not been given, it is understood the damage has been caused by a tree falling onto the overhead wires, due to strong winds from Storm Doris.
Disruption lasted until the end of the day.
As a result passengers were asked not to travel between London Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport/Cambridge
Tickets for Thursday are being accepted on Friday, February 24, and other ticket restrictions were lifted;
Greater Anglia apologised for the disruption to train services.
Highways England had issued a weather alert on major roads.
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