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'Trespass on railway line' at Kintbury causes delays for commuters

Disruption expected to services until at least 4pm

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There are delays to train services this afternoon (Friday) due to a trespass incident on the railway line at Kintbury.

The National Rail Enquiries service announced: (This) means all lines between these stations are blocked."

As a result, trains may be cancelled, revised, delayed by up to 60 minutes or diverted.

The incident was reported at 2.22pm and affects Great Western Railway services between London Paddington and Exeter St Davids.

It was said to have been over and dealt with delays are possible until 4pm or after.

UPDATE: National Rail Enquiries said trains were running as normal again at 3.50pm.

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  • NewburyLad

    01/09/2017 - 18:06

    No mention of the Black Boys Bridge incident and the trespass on the railways on the Bank Holiday Monday evening, causing the cancellation of trains to/from Bedwyn for a while? Nah.

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    • sayitasitis

      04/09/2017 - 09:09

      Awwww, diddums, someone feeling left out? Bless him!!

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      • NewburyLad

        05/09/2017 - 07:07

        Aww bless, the resident troll turns up. Couldn't you think of a council moan to come up with?

        Reply

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