UK weather: Storm Clodagh brings down tree on tracks at Bellingham causing travel disruption on Southeastern trains

 
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High winds from storm Clodagh have caused a tree to fall on to the tracks near Bellingham station in south east London, creating disruption to journeys to and from the capital.

Southeastern trains from Orpington to Victoria, Ashford to Victoria and from Sevenoaks to Blackfriars are diverted or delayed as British Transport Police attend the incident.

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Train tickets for anyone travelling between Bromley South and Victoria ar being accepted on bus routes. Delays are expected to last until at least 6pm.

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Elsewhere in London, the Overground has been disrupted and is running with severe delays between Richmond and Stratford due to an object being caught in overhead electric wires at Hackney Central.

Storm Clodagh has brought high winds which could reach up tp 70mph in some parts of England.

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