Rail delays across Hampshire

Rail delays across Hampshire

Rail delays across Hampshire

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TOTAL rail chaos has spread across Hampshire with trains delayed by up to an hour.

A tree fell on the line between Sway and New Milton, affecting South West Trains services between Weymouth and London Waterloo and CrossCountry trains from Bournemouth to Manchester Picadilly.

The tree was cleared by 5pm and services are back running as normal.

South West Trains has also suspended services between Eastleigh and Romsey due to signalling problems at Chandler's Ford. CrossCountry and First Great Western trains are also affected.

A separate signalling problem at Southampton Central also caused delays on services to Havant, Fareham, Basingstoke and Salisbury until around 3pm.

All lines through Southampton Central remain open but alterations are expected.

Replacement buses have been requested between Eastleigh and Romsey but it is not yet known when the line will reopen.

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3:31pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Zexagon says...

Is it down to those cruise ships?
Is it down to those cruise ships? Zexagon
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4:30pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Phil76 says...

Zexagon wrote:
Is it down to those cruise ships?
Nope, it is the fault of a leaky ice rink.
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: Is it down to those cruise ships?[/p][/quote]Nope, it is the fault of a leaky ice rink. Phil76
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4:46pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Mary80 says...

Thor wants a pay rise so no more electricity
Thor wants a pay rise so no more electricity Mary80
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9:32pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Nearly an OAP says...

Sorry to pick you up on this Joe Curtis but Piccadilly, as in Manchester Piccadilly is spelt with TWO c's.
Sorry to pick you up on this Joe Curtis but Piccadilly, as in Manchester Piccadilly is spelt with TWO c's. Nearly an OAP
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