A train which derailed yesterday evening in Pembrokeshire has been moved back onto its tracks, according to a spokesperson from Network Rail.
The train is said to be moving along the tracks at about 5 mph, in an effort to get it off the rail line.
The spokesperson also said that the route is expected to be up and running again by midday on Sunday.
Network Rail will now inspect the tracks as part of their investigation into the incident.
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