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The train line between Carlisle and West Cumbria that has been closed since the weekend will reopen on Wednesday. Divers were sent out on Tuesday to examine Cummersdale Viaduct after fears it was damaged by the weekend's floods. The foundations were found to be unaffected.
Network Rail has confirmed services between Carlisle and Edinburgh Waverley have now resumed.
Services had been suspended because of severe flooding north of Carlisle.
Floods have caused a wall to collapse on the West Coast Mainline at Caldew Maltings, near Carlisle.
A pylon carrying overhead cables has also become unstable.
All rail services north of Carlisle are currently suspended because of flooding.
Network Rail has confirmed that services have been suspended over the River Caldew because of very high river levels.
Engineers are at the site inspecting the viaduct. Once this is complete, a decision can be made about the resumption of services.
The West Coast Mainline has been closed just north of Carlisle due to severe flooding.
All services have been suspended between Carlisle and Edinburgh Waverley.
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Disruptions on the West Coast Main Line after the tracks flood and a wall collapses