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Line closed for track replacement

Rail passengers in North and East Yorkshire are facing delays after a stretch of track was shut for repairs.

The Hull to Scarborough line is closed between Beverley and Bridlington for nine days so 700m (765 yards) of old railway track can be replaced.

Northern Rail, which operates services on the Hull to Scarborough line, has put out a revised timetable.

Buses are replacing trains on the route between Beverley and Scarborough, but they will not call at Arram.

Passengers travelling to or from Arram have been asked to contact Northern Rail for help with alternative arrangements.

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