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A train has caught fire on the railway line between Huddersfield and Leeds, causing delays and cancellations on a number of services.
It is believed that a Grand Central diesel engine caught fire just outside Wakefield.
There are no passengers on board.
Firefighters from Wakefield, Ossett and Dewsbury are in attendance.
Crews currently dealing with diesel locomotive train on fire, Green Lane area of Wakefield. No passengers onboard. Crews from Ossett, Wakefield & Dewsbury in attendance.
This article first appeared on www.examinerlive.co.uk
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