Train delays for St Albans passengers
PUBLISHED: 09:30 29 November 2011
FCC has cleared faulty train from St Pancras
ST ALBANS rail commuters have been complaining about delays this morning, after a First Capital Connect (FCC) train broke down at St Pancras International.
A spokesman for FCC said there had been delays of up to 30 minutes during morning peak hour travel, but the service “should be back to normal soon.”
He explained a FCC train broke down at St Pancras at about 6.45am. While it has since been moved on, passengers have suffered delays as a consequence.
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