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Live Sheffield and Doncaster trains delays as trespassers cause huge disruptions

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Affected routes

Northern have advised that all services between Sheffield and Doncaster have been disrupted by the trespasser, who was found within the railway boundary near Conisbrough tunnel.

British Transport Police and Network Rail are currently in attendance and Northern have provided the following information about routes affected:

“Services between Sheffield and Doncaster/Adwick are unable to run at this time.

“Services between Sheffield and Hull/Scarborough will not be able to run between Sheffield and Doncaster in both directions of travel.

“The route between Leeds and Sheffield via Moorthorpe is not affected by this problem.

“To assist customers to complete their journey, road transport will operate between Doncaster and Meadowhall.”

Road replacement plans are as follows:

  • 14:30 Meadowhall to Doncaster calling at Rotherham Central, Swinton (South Yorks), Mexborough, Conisbrough and Doncaster operated by TJ’s.
  • 14:40 Doncaster to Meadowhall calling at Conisbrough, Mexborough and stations as required to Meadowhall operated by Mario’s.
  • 15:00 Meadowhall to Doncaster calling at Rotherham Central, Swinton (South Yorks), Mexborough, Conisbrough and Doncaster operated by Mario’s.

Journey times will be extended by up to 60 minutes.

Northern have advised that, once at Meadowhall, customers can connect on to train services towards Sheffield.

Customers at Sheffield should board the next train service to Meadowhall and board a replacement bus for stations to Doncaster.

Written by: Rother Radio News


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