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A RAIL fault disrupted Geelong’s train services for about an hour this afternoon.
Trains from North Geelong to Waurn Ponds were replaced by buses after a track fault was announced by V/Line about 1.30pm on Tuesday, with the problem then fixed by about 2.30pm.
“Waurn Ponds — Southern Cross train will originate from North Geelong with customers from preceding stations to travel per road coach,” the regional train provider tweeted about 1.30pm.
“The track fault on the Geelong line has now been rectified however residual delays may be experienced,” it then tweeted about an hour later.
V/Line has been contacted for comment on the cause of the fault.
The latest disruption comes as a Lara level crossing moves into its second month of being closed to traffic following a level crossing fault.
The McIntyre Rd crossing in Lara that will remain closed until the end of July, two months after problems first arose.
This article first appeared on www.geelongadvertiser.com.au
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