Broken down train in Taunton causes delays

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  • PASSENGERS of First Great Western and CrossCountry train services have been told to expect delays of up to 75 minutes due to a broken down train in Taunton.
  • Services between Exeter St Davids and Birmingham New Street are said to be affected, but tickets are still being accepted on South West Train services.
  • Normal service is expected to resume at 11.00am today (Friday)

11:35am

FIRST Great Western have officially confirmed that all trains running through the areas previously mentioned are now on time.

10:29am

CROSSCOUNTRY have confirmed that the broken down train in Taunton has been removed.

Passengers are still expected to experience delays of up to 45 minutes from services travelling from Taunton to Bristol Temple Meads or Reading.

Normal service is still expected to resume at 11am

9:08am

PASSENGERS of First Great Western and CrossCountry train services have been told to expect delays of up to 75 minutes due to a broken down train in Taunton.

Services between Exeter St Davids and Birmingham New Street are said to be affected, but tickets are still being accepted on South West Train services.

Normal service is expected to resume at 11.00am today (Friday)

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