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Author Topic: Reading <-> Basingstoke major outage 22/10/2016  (Read 5850 times)
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« on: October 24, 2016, 12:16:12 pm »

Lots of "cancelled throughout due to unknown cause related to a freight operating company (FZ)."
Lots of people milling around at interconnecting stations waiting for transport

http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/search/advanced/MOR/2016/10/22/0600-1300?stp=WVS&show=all&order=wtt&toc=GW
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« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2016, 01:55:02 pm »

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Rail passengers are faced severe delays on the trains on Saturday morning after a broken down freight train at Mortimer.
The incident took place at around 10.30am on Saturday, October 22.

This affected those using Cross Country between Southampton Central / Bournemouth and Manchester Piccadilly / Newcastle, and Great Western Railway between Basingstoke and Reading .
Trains were amended, cancelled or delayed by up to 80 minutes.
As a result, replacement road transport was requested.

The disruption lasted until 1pm.
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