Travel update: Delays on Southern trains to London

09:49 19 January 2013

Commuters on Southern services between London and Sussex are facing delays of up to 50 minutes this morning after a “major signalling problem” at Three Bridges.

The disruption is compounded by the use of reduced platforms at the station because of planning improvement works.

Delays will last until further notice. Travellers are advised to check before heading out.

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