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Mandurah Line trains disrupted

Train services on the Mandurah Line have been severely disrupted by a fault in the overhead power line.

The fault occurred around 12.25pm just south of Murdoch Station.  It is not known at this stage what caused the fault.   Transperth is working hard to have the problem fixed as soon as possible but it is not known how long it will take to repair.

Replacement buses are being organised to run between Perth and Rockingham, with trains still operating between Rockingham and Mandurah.

A number of trains were affected by the loss of power but all were at stations and the passengers have been able to disembark.

The Joondalup Line is running between Clarkson and Esplanade Station with services adjusted to a 15-minute frequency.

The other lines are unaffected.

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