Rail passengers face second day of delays after Waterloo derailment
Improvement works, points failure and derailment at London’s busiest station continue to cause widespread disruption
A second day of rush-hour problems on Britain’s rail network has compounded the disruption caused by large-scale upgrade works – 24 hours after commuters learned of the biggest fare increases in recent years.
Passengers face delays on trains travelling across the Pennines and up to the north-east of England. Services to and from some of London’s busiest stations were also affected.
Great work this morning, very difficult circumstances @BTPWestYorks dealing with a vulnerable man with horrific injuries Huddersfield
I’m calling on the Govt to do the right thing and match my TfL fares freeze for the good of all Londoners. https://t.co/k1gFDMbVtX
Source: Guardian Transport