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Signalling problems affect train services between Gravesend, Dartford and London

By David Gazet

Signalling problems caused rail misery for Kent commuters this morning.

Southeastern services between Gravesend, Dartford and London were cancelled, delayed or rerouted until around noon as engineers worked to fix a fault at Lewisham.

The problem affected all trains running through the station.

A Southeastern train. Stock image

A Southeastern train. Stock image

Services have now returned to normal.

The delays came as Network Rail and Southeastern put in place a queuing system Cannon Street station during busy periods, amid a rebuild London Bridge as part of the ongoing Thameslink Programme.

The multi-billion pound scheme is due to be completed in 2018 and set to cost £12 million.

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