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Wickham Market: Animals on railway line cause delays

08:38 21 November 2012

Animals on the line at Wickham Market are causing delays

Animals on the line at Wickham Market are causing delays


ANIMALS on the railway line at Wickham Market are causing disruption today.

Trains are having to run at reduced speeds, a spokesman for Greater Anglia said.

Services between Ipswich and Lowestoft via Saxmundham and Beccles are likely to be delayed at short notice.

The spokesman said an estimate for the resumption of normal services will be provided as soon as the problem has been fully assessed.

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  • Animals? Is there no one that can tell what type of animals they are?

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