10:25AM, Friday 02 December 2011
Rail users have faced another morning of disruptions to their journeys in to and out of Maidenhead.
Live updates on the First Great Western website suggest a series of services were delayed before 9am due to a 'train fault', leading to cancellations and additional stops being made.
A flurry of comments have been posted on Twitter by commuters angry about the repeated problems.
Earlier this week the service was slammed as 'abysmal' by commuters continually faced with overcrowding, late-running trains and standard class passengers packing into first class seats.
In a statement, FGW managing director Mark Hopwood said the rail operator was working to improve capacity on its services and would be investing in new carriages to make extra seats available.
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