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Tube passengers face delays on London Underground

PUBLISHED: 12:21 15 July 2010 | UPDATED: 16:15 05 October 2010

COMMUTERS were struggling to get from the East End into work this morning due to problems on London Underground. A signal failure at Holland Park meant severe delays to the Central Line in both directions during the rush-hour. And then passengers faced

COMMUTERS were struggling to get from the East End into work this morning due to problems on London Underground.

A signal failure at Holland Park meant severe delays to the Central Line in both directions during the rush-hour.

And then passengers faced even more disruptions after a person was taken ill on a train at Leytonstone, causing the line to be suspended from Liverpool Street to Leytonstone.

There were also severe delays on the Hammersmith and City Line due to a signal failure at Upton Park.

But a Transport for London spokesman confirmed that the Central Line was back up and running by 9.30am although there are still some delays.


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