Train services between Preston and Lancaster face delays after flooding on railway
Those travelling on trains between Preston and Lancaster could face delays today due to flooding on the railway.
Network Rail has warned rail passengers that services might be delayed between the two cities after flooding caused faults with its signalling equipment.
"We’re sorry to anyone delayed and we are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible," said Network Rail.
As of 8.30am, no journeys appear to be affected and all services are on time.
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But the railway company has advised passengers to check the status of their journeys ahead of travel.
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