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Flooding is causing disruption in various parts of Wales, according to National Rail Enquiries.
A number of routes are being affected:
- Cardiff Central - Bridgend - Swansea: Trains between Cardiff Central and Swansea are suspended. Limited replacement road transport may run, subject to road conditions.
- Rhoose Cardiff International Airport - Bridgend: Trains between Rhoose Cardiff International Airport and Bridgend are suspended. Limited replacement road transport is running between these stations.
- Bristol Parkway - Cardiff Central: Trains between Bristol Parkway and Cardiff Central may be delayed by up to 60 minutes.
- Machynlleth - Caersws: Trains between Machynlleth and Caersws are suspended. Replacement road transport is running between these stations.
First Great Western have cancelled a number of trains due to flooding and landslips in South West of England.
The rail company has advised customers with non-essential travel to not attempt to travel West of Taunton in either direction.
Latest ITV News reports
Hundreds of thousands of Christmas commuters will face further misery as their chances of getting home are hampered by flooding.