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Southeastern: Services getting back to normal after signalling problem

By KentOnline reporter

A signalling problem on Southeastern services has been rectified, with trains running the line "with caution".

Replacement buses were originally laid on after the signalling problem was discovered on a Kent train line.

The service was suspended on Southeastern between Folkestone Central and Dover Priory.

 But Southeastern said at just after 7.30pm trains were running along the line "with caution".

 

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