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Delays to Gravesend Southeastern rail services after signalling problems

Passengers on certain Southeastern rail services can expect delays after an earlier signalling problem on the tracks.

The incident meant trains were unable to pass through Gravesend railway station around 8.30am this morning.

Southeastern passengers have been told to expect some delays passing through the station after earlier signalling problems
Southeastern passengers have been told to expect some delays passing through the station after earlier signalling problems

Services that ran between the north Kent station and London Victoria were terminated and restarted atDartford .

Meanwhile other routes between Charing Cross and Gravesend via Sidcup were also scrapped and restarted at Northfleet.

Network rail engineers were sent to the site to investigate the issue which has since been resolved.

An update posted to Southeastern's Twitter page read: "The signalling problem at Gravesend has been rectified and trains are now able to run through the station.

"Delays and cancellations may continue while we work to return the service to normal."

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