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Thousands hit by Central Line Tube signal failure

PUBLISHED: 10:27 17 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:15 05 October 2010

THOUSANDS of commuters have been hit in East London this-morning by a signal failure on the London Underground. Train services were suspended on the Central Line between Leyton and Liverpool Street

THOUSANDS of commuters have been hit in East London this-morning by a signal failure on the London Underground.

Train services into the City were suspended during the morning rush-hour on the Central Line between Leyton and Liverpool Street and remained at a standstill at 10.15am.

It was caused by a signal failure at Bethnal Green, London Underground confirmed.

Westbound services resumed at 10.25am. But London Underground warned of "severe delays" on the Central for some time yet.


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