Signalling problems between Worcester Foregate Street and Great Malvern fixed

Worcester News: Signalling problems cause delays Signalling problems cause delays

The signalling problem between Worcester Foregate Street and Great Malvern stations has now been fixed, but London Midland are warning of knock-on delays of up to 30 minutes, particularly between Droitwich and Birmingham Snow Hill.

Our  earlier story reported the following: 

  • The 3.49pm from Birmingham New Street to Hereford - due 5.19pm - will terminate at Worcester Shrub Hill and will no longer call at Worcester Foregate Street, Malvern Link, Great Malvern, Colwall, Ledbury and Hereford.​
  • The 4.19pm from Birmingham New Street to Great Malvern - due 5.21pm - will terminate at Worcester Shrub Hill and will no longer call at Worcester Foregate Street, Malvern Link and Great Malvern.
  • The 5.40pm from Hereford to Birmingham New Street - due 7.12pm - will start from Worcester Shrub Hill and will no longer call at Hereford, Ledbury, Colwall, Great Malvern, Malvern Link and Worcester Foregate Street.
  • The 5.41 from Great Malvern to Worcester Shrub Hill - due 5:55pm - is cancelled. 
  • The 4.34pm from Worcester Foregate Street to Dorridge - due 6.09pm - will start from Worcester Shrub Hill and will no longer call at Worcester Foregate Street.

London Midland staff are currently on site at Worcester working to fix the problem. 

For more information and updates about services, visit londonmidland.com

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5:17pm Mon 4 Mar 13

skychip says...

There always seems a lot of problems with signalling in this area. Frustrating for those trying to get home.
There always seems a lot of problems with signalling in this area. Frustrating for those trying to get home. skychip
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7:45pm Mon 4 Mar 13

b1ackb1rd says...

Cable theft?
Cable theft? b1ackb1rd
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5:04pm Tue 5 Mar 13

catcostume says...

Someone go over and let the signaller out of the loo, please!
Someone go over and let the signaller out of the loo, please! catcostume
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