UPDATE: FCC Thameslink route likely to be blocked most of the day

16:22 17 January 2014

Commuters queue for a bus at St Albans city station

Commuters queue for a bus at St Albans city station

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The southbound Thameslink line currently remains shut due to overhead line problems, but First Capital Connect (FCC) have announced a half hourly northbound service between St Albans and Bedford.

Disruption is expected to last well into the night and passengers are being advised by FCC and Network Rail, who are on scene assessing the situation, not to travel unless the journey is essential.

Buses are running between St Albans and Hatfield for those wishing to get to Kings Cross station via Hatfield.

For more information visit http://www.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk/plan-your-journey/live-train-updates/route/thameslink/

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