Liverpool Street Station: All trains cancelled due to flooding
24 September 2019, 19:00 | Updated: 25 September 2019, 05:37
All trains in and out of Liverpool street have been cancelled after severe flooding created havoc for commuters.
One of the country's busiest train stations was also blighted by signal failures brought on by the extreme weather.
Rush hour commuters now have a frustrating wait and face delays of up to two hours.
Network rail and Greater Anglia have said they are currently investigating the problems.
⚠ #LiverpoolStreet - A major signal failure caused by flooding at Liverpool St is affecting ALL routes in and out of the station. Lines are now open but trains are severely disrupted.— Greater Anglia (@greateranglia) September 24, 2019
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Pictures and videos on social media show water pouring in from the ceiling and huge crowds of rail customers waiting.
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There was also flooding at Moorgate station.
if i speak i’ll get in trouble..... moorgate station! pic.twitter.com/H57zkIn0qK— Simpson (@reecesimpson94) September 24, 2019