UK rail services still disrupted after day of high winds

Guardian: The high winds that swept across Britain on Wednesday have wreaked further havoc on a railway already battered by floods. Overnight works have restored the majority of services, albeit with widespread delays, although severe problems from flooding continue on the Great Western line. Disruption on the two major north-south rail lines was persisting into Thursday. Damage to overhead power lines meant train services were to remain suspended on the west coast mainline between Liverpool and Crewe......

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