TfL: Elizabeth line suspended across central London

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TfL Elizabeth line passengers using stations including Paddington, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, West India Quay and Abbey Wood faced serious disruption on Monday.

Update 22/1/24: As at 2.30pm TfL was reporting just minor delays on the Elizabeth line following the earlier faulty train.

The Elizabeth line was suspended across the length of central London on Monday morning (January 22).

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According to Transport for London (TfL), a faulty train at Farringdon was the caused of the delays.

TfL's website said: "No service between Abbey Wood and Paddington while we fix a faulty train at Farringdon."

According to National Rail, disruption was expected until 10am.

TfL reported a good service on the rest of the line.

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Elsewhere on the Tube network, the Central line was suspended between West Acton and Ealing Broadway while a damaged roof at Ealing Broadway was fixed. There were minor delays on the rest of the line due to "shortage of trains".

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

The London Overground was part suspended. No service was running between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction due to an operational incident in Willesden Junction area. There was no service between Sydenham and Crystal Palace due to an obstruction on the track.

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