Signalling problems signal misery for South West Trains passengers

Signalling problems signal misery for South West Trains passengers

Passengers stuck in trains for two hours, with some forced to stand in toilet on overcrowded train, vent fury at rail firm as unions hit out at lack of debate on transport in election

Passengers stuck in trains for up to two hours because of signal failures at Surbiton, south London, and Waterloo have vented their fury at South West Trains as it struggled to restore normal service.

Passengers were forced to stand in the toilet on one overcrowded train, while platforms at Surbiton were packed on Wednesday.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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