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West Coast Main Line suspended as Storm Ciara sparks more train chaos for passengers on Monday

Tamworth Herald Monday, 10 February 2020
West Coast Main Line suspended as Storm Ciara sparks more train chaos for passengers on MondayRail replacement buses have been deployed but passengers are being warned they will be "extremely busy".
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The UK’s transport network is struggling to recover after being battered by Storm Ciara over the weekend. Train services are suffering delays and cancellations as repairs to the railway are carried out following damage caused by the extreme weather. Strong winds blew trees, sheds, roofs,...

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