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It is understood a PN coal train has derailed at Dalrymple Bay on Monday last around lunch time.
Up to 11 wagons derailed causing damage to a set of points and several overhead power masts.
It appears that trains to Dalrymple bay may start running as late as mid morning Thursday. Up to 20 services a day unload at this facility which could add up to over 400 000 tonnes of delayed shipments.
Services to the adjacent port of Hay Point are running normally via the up line to Praugelands station.
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