A major two-week engineering project to repair the storm-damaged rail network on the Isle of Wight has been completed ahead of schedule, allowing services to start running as normal from Sunday 19 January.Engineers had been dealing with problems caused by flooding at more than 20 locations.
More than 750 tonnes of ballast were brought over to the island by ferry to help repair damage to tracks.
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