Disruption for connecting trains at the end of the St Albans Abbey Flyer line, at Watford Junction

PUBLISHED: 07:49 08 August 2017 | UPDATED: 07:55 08 August 2017

Services from Watford Junction are disrupted this morning.

Services from Watford Junction are disrupted this morning.


A sewage leak at London Euston has disrupted connecting trains from the Abbey Flyer this morning (August 8).

Services to London Euston from Watford Junction, at the end of the St Albans Abbey station shuttle line, are unable to run because of the incident.

Commuters using that line should expect disruption until 8.45am, and may instead use their tickets on Chiltern Railways, London Midland, London Underground, Thameslink and Southern trains.

For more information, click here.

Additionally, separate signalling problems are causing cancellations and delays for trains from Watford Junction to Wembley Central.

These issues are expected to continue until 8am.

For more information on these incidents, click here.

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