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Cancellations on the railways after trains damaged by snow

PUBLISHED: 07:18 05 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:31 05 March 2018

A train on the platform at King's Lynn Railway Station. Picture: Ian Burt

A train on the platform at King's Lynn Railway Station. Picture: Ian Burt

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Commuters on the railways are facing delays and cancellations as snow is still causing trouble for operator Greater Anglia.

Snow caused by the Beast from the East may have melted over the weekend, but it is believed it caused damage to some trains, causing problems this morning.

The 6.52am service from Norwich to Great Yarmouth was already cancelled, as well as the 6.58am from Great Yarmouth to Norwich.

Other cancellations included:

• 7.30am Great Yarmouth to Norwich

• 8.09am Norwich to Great Yarmouth

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• 8.46am Great Yarmouth to Norwich

• 10.05am Norwich to Lowestoft

• 10.57am Lowestoft to Norwich.

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