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DELAYS remain on southeast Queensland’s rail network following an earlier insident in which a train broke down on a Brisbane bridge.
Translink reported a mechanical issue to a train near Roma Street that caused delays to the Beenleigh, Caboolture, Cleveland, Ferny Grove, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast lines.
The train broke down on the Merivale Bridge outside Roma Street station about 8.26am and had to be towed away, leading to the delays to other services.
Residual delays of up to 23 minutes remain for some services.
The 7.53am Central to Doomben train was also cancelled as a result of the earlier breakdown.
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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