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Buses will replace trains on the Albury to Melbourne line today and tomorrow after a fallen tree damaged a train.
V/Line is working to repair the locomotive, which was significantly damaged when it hit a tree near Euroa on Friday.
The line has been allocated three trains and with another already undergoing repairs, V/Line is unable to run its four daily services.
Spokesman James Kelly says it is doing its best to work with what is available.
"The number of carriages and trains that we have been given is what's determined was required to be able to run the service," he said.
"It is a pretty tight ship but it's one we're trying to manage as best we can."
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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