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Greater Anglia has suspended all services between Bury St Edmunds and Peterborough after a freight train came off the tracks near Manea yesterday.
It was the first of two UK such incidents in as many days: this morning, a passenger train was derailed just outside London Waterloo.
Network Rail warned the Manea derailment could disrupt services until Saturday, while Greater Anglia confirmed that disruption would last a “number of days”. In both instances, no injuries were reported.