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F35 fighter plane model arrives at Farnborough

F35 fighter plane model arrives at Farnborough Airshow - exclusive photograph

A model of the F35 has just arrived at the Farnborough Airshow.Four planes were due to be the stars of the show but have been grounded for safety reasons.

The F35 fighter plane is at Farnborough, but in model form

Show organisers now concede the planes will not take part in flying during the early days of the show which opens tomorrow.The F-35 is a £400 billion project that will see 2,500 of the fighters built. They will be on aircraft carriers like Queen Elizabeth to be based in Portsmouth.

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Motorist designs app to avoid queues at level crossings

Help could soon be at hand for drivers left fuming, waiting in queues at level crossings. One driver from Thatcham in Berkshire is so infuriated at the problem he's decided to do something about it.

Steve Ardagh-Walter is developing a system that tells drivers when the barriers are down so they can avoid the queues. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.

  1. David Wood

Network Rail works with Samaritans to help people in distress

The number of people committing suicide on railways has increased in recent years.

To help combat the trend Network Rail are working with the Samaritans to coach staff to help people who are distressed along the rail routes. David Wood reports.

If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in our report you can contact the Samaritans via their website or their 24-hour helpline on 08457 90 90 90.

  1. Mike Pearse

Security alert at the region's airports after USA warning

There's a security clampdown at airports tonight - after a new terror alert, issued by the Government of the United States of America. There are fears that al-Qaeda groups are targetting the aviation industry once again.

The alert came on the day new low-cost routes were introduced from Gatwick - to the United States. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.

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Chiltern railway warn disruption may continue

Marylebone station will remain closed throughout this evening because damage from the signal cable fire was worse than first thought and repairs will continue overnight.

Passengers travelling northbound via High Wycombe should go to West Ruislip on the Central line where Chiltern trains will start.

Passengers travelling northbound via Amersham should go to Harrow-on-the-Hill on the Metropolitan Line where Chiltern trains will start.

Southbound trains on the line via High Wycombe will terminate at either West Ruislip or South Ruislip for connecting London Underground services.

Chiltern Railways disruption set to continue

A sign at Marylebone station warning passengers of the delays Credit: ITV Meridian

A major station has been closed after a cable fire at the weekend, affecting commuters throughout Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

Chiltern Railways say there are currently no services running from Marylebone station and delays will continue into the afternoon.

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