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Limited train services are departing from Bendigo, Swan Hill and Echuca until further notice.
V/Line are still urging passengers to defer non-essential travel.
V/Line have said that some services will be replaced by coaches however, coaches will not run to a timeline and will depart as they arrive at the stations.
Services are resuming on Geelong, Ballarat, Ararat, Maryborough and Seymour lines but there are significant delays.
Bendigo services are also resuming but several services are replaced by coaches due to trains being out of position.
V/Line train services said the delays were due to a Powercor outage that affected the main V/Line operations centre.
A major power blackout and rail equipment fault is continuing to affect V/Line services.
V/Line continues to encourage passengers to postpone any non-essential travel.
In an update, a V/Line spokesperson said no train services would depart from Bendigo, Swan Hill or Echuca until further notice.
Updates for the Ballarat, Ararat and Maryborough line include the following changes:
V/Line has asked passengers to defer all non essential travel.
The train operator said they are currently trying to source as many coaches as possible but due to limited availability, many services may not have coaches arranged for the next 90-120 minutes.
"We apologise for this disruption to your travel this morning," they said.
This article first appeared on www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au
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