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Trains cancelled after landslip on Vaud railway line

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Trains cancelled after landslip on Vaud railway line
Photo: SBB
10:12 CET+01:00
Regional trains between Lausanne and Cully in the canton of Vaud were cancelled on Monday morning after a landslip caused an anti-noise wall next to the railway line to fall down.
Trains linking Geneva airport to Vevey were cancelled between Lausanne and Vevey, while regional trains were cancelled between Lausanne and Cully, with a replacement bus service operating, said train operator SBB.
 
Trains linking Geneva airport to Brig are not affected, however, though could be subject to short delays due to speed restrictions on the line, a spokesperson for SBB told news agencies.
 
The disruption is expected to last throughout Monday.
 
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