Countless delays and cancellations for St Albans commuters

PUBLISHED: 09:12 01 June 2018 | UPDATED: 09:12 01 June 2018

Govia Thameslink Railway apologises over continued rail disruption

Govia Thameslink Railway apologises over continued rail disruption

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It’s been another morning of countless delays and cancellations for St Albans commuters.

The following trains are delayed by up to 48 minutes or have been cancelled:

• 6.30am Rainham (Kent) to Luton

• 6.45am East Grinstead to Bedford

• 6.34am Horsham to Bedford

• 6.48am Brighton to Bedford

• 7.04am Horsham to Bedford

• 7.18am Brighton to Bedford

• 7.34am Horsham to Bedford - cancelled

• 8.04am Bedford to Gatwick Airport

• 8.30am Luton to Orpington

• 8.46am Luton to Rainham (Kent) - cancelled

• 8.15am East Grinstead to Bedford - cancelled

• 8.52am Bedford to Three Bridges

• 9.22am St Albans to Sutton (Surrey) - cancelled

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