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Last Updated: Wednesday, 9 March, 2005, 15:26 GMT
Freight train wagons are derailed
An investigation is under way after 15 wagons of a freight train carrying clay derailed on a Cornwall branch line.

The wagons at the rear of the 32-wagon train derailed on Prideaux Viaduct, near St Blazey on the Newquay branch line, at about midday on Wednesday.

There were no injuries but the Newquay line will be closed until the wagons are removed and any damage to the line is repaired, Network Rail said.

The company said it could take a number of days for the line to fully reopen.




SEE ALSO:
Train line reopened after crash
02 Sep 04 |  Cornwall
Car and train collide at crossing
06 Apr 04 |  Cornwall
Derailment investigation starts
21 Sep 03 |  Cornwall


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