Commuters between St Albans and Watford are going through diversions this morning (Thursday, June 3) as a result of a fallen tree blocking the railway line.
A fallen tree between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey presently means no trains can run alongside the Abbey Line.
All trains will likely be cancelled till the tree is moved.
Disruption is presently anticipated till 10am.
The incident was first reported at 6.38am, with National Rail posting an replace on its web site.
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It reads: “A tree blocking the railway between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey means trains are unable to run between these stations. Because of this, trains will likely be cancelled.
“That is anticipated till roughly 10:00.”
Commuters are in a position to make use of Arriva bus route 321, the Sapphire Line between Watford Junction and St Albans.
Rail substitute buses have additionally been requested.
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