Trains disrupted due to signalling problems
PUBLISHED: 10:46 09 June 2015 | UPDATED: 10:46 09 June 2015
Broken-down train caused further aggro
Trains across Kent and south London are disrupted this morning as a result of signalling problems.
Problems at New Cross, in Lewisham, are causing congestion at London Bridge and delays all along the line, with knock-on effects across Kent and south east London.
In addition, a broken-down train on the line between Shortlands, in Bromley, and Nunhead, in Camberwell, has caused further problems.
Trains may be delayed by up to 30 minutes, cancelled, or diverted to other London stations.
The disruption is expected to continue all morning.
If your train is diverted, you can use your ticket for free on the Tube or the Docklands Light Railway to get where you need to be.
To claim compensation if you have been delayed for 30 minutes or more, visit www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/contact/delay-repay
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