Train delays for St Albans passengers

PUBLISHED: 09:30 29 November 2011

New First Capital Connect train

New First Capital Connect train


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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