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Dozens of train services across Sydney have been delayed or cancelled due to torrential rain which lashed NSW at the weekend.
Commuters on the North Shore, Western and Northern lines reported of delays of up to 45 minutes in both directions this morning.
Services between Gosford and Hornsby were suspended after the severe weather impacted signalling equipment near the Hawkesbury River.
Transport for NSW said major rail delays were also being experienced due to a landslips in Artarmon, on the North Shore, and near Leura, in the Blue Mountains.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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