Gloucestershire

Rail track reopens after boulder fall between Gloucester and Swindon

Boulder on the tracks between Gloucester and Swindon
Image caption The mass of rock tumbled on to the line near Kemble in Gloucestershire on Monday

A railway line has reopened after engineers removed a boulder which fell onto it during a landslip.

The mass of rock tumbled onto the line near Kemble in Gloucestershire on Monday.

It caused disruption to services between Swindon and Gloucester with trains being diverted via Bristol Parkway.

National Rail warned trains may still be cancelled, delayed by up to 15 minutes or diverted.

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