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29 January 2015, 07:13
St Albans commuters are dealing with another morning of delays on Thameslink trains.
Services are today suspended between St Pancras and Farringdon because of flooding and a revised timetable is in place on other services between Bedford and London St Pancras.
Thameslink says the disruption between the stations will continue until at least the end of service today (Thursday, January 29th)
Thameswater has been struggling to completely fix problems after a water main burst near Farringdon on Friday.
500 million litres poured out of it and water has been affecting the line on and off ever since.
Sarah Sharpe from Thameswater said last night: "It s impossible to pinpoint exactly where these problems are going to be. In this case we are doing our best to work out what is happening now. Just today we fixed four leaks within just half a mile of the station."
Fo latest travel information visit Thameslink's website here.