Train passengers have been disrupted by a swan on the line for a second day in a row.
This issue caused a number of services to be cancelled and delayed on Thursday morning.
One of the affected passengers was reportedly a judge who was late for a hearing at Guildford Crown Court.
Asked on social media platform X - formerly known as Twitter - if the same swan was responsible for both incidents, the operator replied: “no I don’t think so”.
In June, a major section of the £19 billion Elizabeth line between Heathrow Airport in west London and Abbey Wood in south-east London was blocked because of a swan.
Reports of animals on train tracks usually lead to services being stopped or running at reduced speeds.
South Western Railway services were also disrupted on Thursday by a points failure at Woking, Surrey and a signalling fault between Bournemouth, Dorset and Brockenhurst, Hampshire.