Posted: Thu 27th Nov 2014

Another day of train disruption for Shotton rail commuters this time Animals on the line in Neston

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Nov 27th, 2014

Train passengers travelling from Shotton to Bidston and Wrexham this morning, Thursday 27th November, are experiencing delays once again, this time due to animals on the line at Neston.

So far the 8:31 train to Wrexham from Bidston via Shotton has be significantly delayed.

The 9:30 train from Wrexham to Bidston will now terminate at Shotton and no longer call at Neston, Heswall, Upton and Bidston onward journeys to Bidston will be by coach at 10:22 again delaying journeys.

The 10:32 from Bidston to Wrexham due to arrive at 10:55 will now start from Shotton.
More here: .journeycheck.com

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