UPDATE: All train lines now reopen after major delays this morning

Delays on First Great Western services due to broken-down trains

Delays on First Great Western services due to broken-down trains

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FIRST Great Western said lines have reopened after a broken down train caused major delays this morning for commuters.

Services were cancelled between Didcot Parkway and Reading but the lines were reported to have reopened at about 11.30am.

Passengers this morning experienced up to two hour delays. 

 

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