London Liverpool Street station and Stansted train cancellations following 'fallen tree'

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Passengers were advised to check before they travel on Tuesday morning.

A number of trains were cancelled on Tuesday morning (April 16) after overhead wires were damaged by a fallen tree.

Greater Anglia services between London Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport/Cambridge North, and between Stratford and Bishops Stortford were impacted, as well as the Stansted Express.

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The incident happened on Monday near Roydon, between Broxbourne and Bishops Stortford in Essex. After repairs were completed, disruption lasted until around 9am.

CrossCountry services between Birmingham New Street and Stansted Airport were also affected.

In a seperate incident, a tree caught on overhead electric wires between Walthamstow Central and Wood Street on Tuesday morning closed routes between London Liverpool Street and Chingford. Disruption was expected until 2.15pm.

Customers may be entitled to compensation, with further information available on the National Rail website.

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