Trains between Oxford, Readnig and London Paddington delayed and cancelled due to signalling problems

Trains delayed and cancelled due to signalling problems

Trains delayed and cancelled due to signalling problems

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TRAINS between Oxfordshire and London are continuing to be delayed and called today because of signalling problems.

First Great Western is running a reduced service between Reading and London Paddington with ten trains cancelled today due to the signalling problems between Maidenhead and Slough. 

Passengers are being warned that trains still running are delayed by up to 30 minutes and others are only operating between Oxford and Reading.

First Great Western spokesman James Davis said: “There has been a major signalling issue just outside London that’s having a significant impact on services.

“Naturally that affects all services coming into and going out of Oxford.

“Our advice to customers is to check before travelling.”

For the latest information, see journeycheck.com/firstgreatwestern

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