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A power failure has cut train services on Perth's northern line between Leederville and Whitfords.
The Public Transport Authority's spokesman David Hynes says overhead power lines are down at the Stirling Station.
He says he does not know what caused the power lines to collapse.
Mr Hynes says buses are being organised to ferry passengers between Whitfords and Perth but he says it is difficult to secure buses during peak hour.
The Mandurah line is running through to Leederville.
The Public Transport Authority says it does not know when the problem will be rectified.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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