It was earlier reported that trains between Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street were blocked due to a trespasser on the railway track at Smethwick Rolfe Street.
The line has since been reopened but delays of 20 minutes are expected.
Trains between Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street are blocked following reports of trespassers on the railway track at Smethwick Rolfe Street, according to London Midland.
London Midland have not reported any major delays at this moment.
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An 11 -year-old boy from Oldbury will make his acting debut in a primetime TV drama after his mum responded to a casting director's advert on facebook.
Himmut Singh Dhatt beat 200 others to win the role in The Boy with the Topknot which is based on a memoir by Wolverhampton writer Sathnam Sanghera about growing up in the city during the 1980s.
Wolverhampton writer Sathnam Sanghera said the production team spent months trying to find the right person to play him as a young boy.
The drama airs on Monday evening (13 November).
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