TfL: Elizabeth line delays due to another faulty train as three Tube lines also face disruption

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A faulty train at Paddington has led to delays on the Elizabeth line on Tuesday morning.

Elizabeth line passengers faced delays on Tuesday morning (January 23) due to a faulty train at Paddington.

As at 9.40am, Transport for London (TfL) said "minor delays" were being experienced between Abbey Wood and Paddington, with a "good service" on the rest of the line. The issues follow major disruption on Monday when the Elizabeth line was suspended through central London due to a faulty train at Farringdon.

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On Tuesday morning, Central line passengers were facing severe delays between North Acton and Ealing Broadway/West Ruislip, and between Leytonstone and Epping / Woodford via Hainault due to a "shortage of trains". As reported by LondonWorld, TfL has apologised for ongoing issues on the line.

The Metropolitan line had minor delays between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Moor Park due to points failure at Moor Park.

On the Piccadilly line there were minor delays between Acton Town and Heathrow Airport / Uxbridge due to "train cancellations".

The London Overground was suspended between Willesden Junction and Shepherd's Bush due to a train derailment on the weekend.

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