Gowerton: Trains suspended over World War II bomb discovery

Trains services have been suspended between Swansea and Carmarthen after the discovery of an unexploded World War II bomb.

South Wales Police were called after the device was found near the main line at the Gowerton golf range at 14:10 BST.

A bomb disposal team has been called to the scene.

Arriva Trains Wales is warning that the line is likely to be closed until at least 21:00 BST.

Their tickets are being accepted on First Great Western Services and bus transport is being used instead.

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