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No TfL Rail service between Liverpool Street and Ilford due to signal failure

PUBLISHED: 15:19 22 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:40 22 June 2018

The TfL Rail line is partially down this afternoon Picture: Catherine Davison

The TfL Rail line is partially down this afternoon Picture: Catherine Davison

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There is no service on the TfL Rail line between Liverpool Street and Ilford this afternoon.

This is due to a signal systems failure at Maryland.

Trains are running between Ilford and Shenfield, but there is a reduced service.

TfL Rail and Network Rail engineers are working to sort the problem as quickly as possible.

In the meantime, passengers are advised to use alternative methods of transport to complete their journeys.

Tickets are being accepted on the Tube, Greater Anglia, c2c and buses.

The disruption is also affecting Greater Anglia services from Liverpool Street via Stratford and Romford.

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