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Electrical problems at St Leonards delaying trains running from Hastings to Charing Cross

By Jack Dyson

Commuters travelling into the capital have had their journeys delayed following electrical problems.

A number of trains running from Hastings to Charing Cross - which pass through Tonbridge and Sevenoaks - have been cancelled this morning.

This is due to an electrical supply issue at St Leonards.

A Southeastern train. Stock picture (10006411)
A Southeastern train. Stock picture (10006411)

Southeastern says engineers are at the scene and working to identify the cause of the loss of power.

It has also tweeted that trains are now running normally.

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