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Mandurah train services resume

Normal train services have resumed on the Mandurah Line.

The fault was repaired around 7.45pm and, after a test train successfully traversed the affected section, full services were restored at 8.45pm.

Services were disrupted just after noon when there was a fault in the overhead power line south of Murdoch Station.

Replacement buses were organised to operate between the Esplanade Busport and Rockingham, with trains still running between Rockingham and Mandurah.  Because patronage numbers were greatly reduced as a result of the holiday season, no significant problems emerged.

The other lines were unaffected.

A full investigation will be undertaken into the incident.

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