Signal failure at Worcester Shrub Hill station has been cleared with services to resume as normal "shortly"

Signal failure cleared

Signal failure cleared

First published in News Worcester News: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

THE signal failure at Worcester Shrub Hill train station, causing delays and cancellations, has been cleared.

London Midland confirmed the failure has been fixed, and that services should start to resume as normal, shortly.

A spokesman for the service said: "The services should certainly be running normally shortly.

" Certainly by evening peak times."

The signal failure, at the station, caused the delays and cancellations which started from around 6am today.

 

 

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2:21pm Mon 21 Jul 14

denon says...

My goodness me shrub hill has been electrified. It was come from Fridays
Storms. Well done worcester news for getting your photographer there to show us the new look shrub hill
My goodness me shrub hill has been electrified. It was come from Fridays Storms. Well done worcester news for getting your photographer there to show us the new look shrub hill denon
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2:32pm Mon 21 Jul 14

WJS1950 says...

And not only has Shrub Hill been electrified, it looks like it's being served by the Silverlink train company.....some 7 years after it ceased to exist.
And not only has Shrub Hill been electrified, it looks like it's being served by the Silverlink train company.....some 7 years after it ceased to exist. WJS1950
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