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A POWER failure at Perth station this morning caused delays on the Midland, Armadale and Thornlie lines.
Perth-bound services on those lines were forced to terminate at McIver Station, while services leaving Perth departed from McIver Station.
Commuters headed to the city were advised to get off the train at Claisebrook Station to catch the Yellow CAT bus into town, or disembark at McIver Station and walk to the city.
Services on the Mandurah, Joondalup and Fremantle lines operated as normal.
The issue has now been resolved, but there are still delays on the Midland, Armadale and Thornlie lines.
This article first appeared on www.communitynews.com.au
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