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Commuters travelling to work yesterday were thrown off schedule as disrupted rail services continued in the aftermath of a train derailment near Thornton.
Buses replaced trains between Newcastle, Maitland and Dungog yesterday morning until the lines were cleared and regular rail services resumed at noon. State Rail had expected trains to run to normal timetables early yesterday morning, but delays with clearing the derailed carriages and spilled coal from the tracks meant the lines remained closed to passenger services until lunch time.
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