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Sydney’s train network experienced significant peak hour delays after a mechanical issue on Monday afternoon sparked chaos.
Shortly before 6pm, authorities warned passengers to allow extra time to get home, with waits of up to an hour on a number of lines.
The drama was sparked by a train experiencing mechanical issues at about 5.30pm, believed to be a braking fault, at Museum Station in the city.
Sydney Trains said the incident sparked flow-on delays with the T3 Bankstown Line and T8 Airport Line most impacted.
By 9pm, services were returning to normal.
Sydney's train network is experiencing major delays this evening.Source:Twitter
Significant delays saw platforms at Central Station choked with people, with pictures on social media showing crowds filling stairwells.
Two platforms had to be closed, with crowds ushered off, due to safety concerns.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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