UPDATE: Train disruption

10:16 22 November 2012

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Disruption for train commuters continues following landslip.

Trains continue to be disrupted following a landslide between Honiton and Axminster.

Network Rail confirmed that the landslip occurred at the Broom level crossing and railway lines are closed in both directions.

Diversion routes and services are in place - replacement bus services are running between Exeter St David’s and Yeovil Junction.

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