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Fremantle trains back to normal as bridge reopens

Fremantle trains resumed normal operations from the start of services this morning, ending two days of significant disruption.

Consulting engineers last night cleared the Fremantle rail bridge as fit for service after it was struck by a refuelling barge early on Tuesday morning, cutting train services into the port city.

Fremantle Line trains ran only between Perth and Showgrounds on Tuesday and yesterday, with replacement buses operating up and down the line at all stations between Showgrounds and Fremantle.

The all-clear was given around 10pm last night.

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