Commuters forced to leave Chiltern Railways train due to signalling fault

Commuted forced to leave Chiltern Railways train due to signalling fault

Commuted forced to leave Chiltern Railways train due to signalling fault

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Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

Commuters were bumped off their Chiltern Railways train at Rickmansworth this morning due to a signalling fault.

A signal failure near Amersham at 8.20am caused problems for the Aylesbury and Marylebone service.

The rush-hour disruption led to commuters being told to get off the train at Rickmansworth and use the London Underground service.

Engineers began fixing the problem at 9.05am.

The line has now reopened, with some knock-on delays of up to 20 minutes.

 

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11:45am Tue 5 Aug 14

pr76uk says...

Now the commuters of Amersham know how us Ricky people feel, crowded into services that run not frequently enough. At peak hours the Chilterns don't stop at Rickmansworth.
Now the commuters of Amersham know how us Ricky people feel, crowded into services that run not frequently enough. At peak hours the Chilterns don't stop at Rickmansworth. pr76uk
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