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Passengers are experiencing major delays on Sydney trains this afternoon with some services taking as long as 30 minutes to move between stations on the City Circle line.
Services on several lines have been affected by a signal failure at Central Station coupled with track repairs on the inner west line.
The urgent signal repairs being carried out at Central affected the movement of trains into Central for a large portion of the afternoon creating long delays.
Buses were supplementing train services between Hornsby and Berowra, and Blacktown and Penrith, in both directions.
Sydney Trains advised passengers to allow additional travel time and to listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
Passengers took to social media to vent their anger and frustration at the delays.
One passenger said the train they were on took 20 minutes to travel between Central and Redfern.
Another passenger said it took an hour to travel between Milsons Point and Ashfield due to constant stoppages.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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