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Cumbria roads remain closed after flooding

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Carnforth - A6 Northbound closed, heavy traffic due to flooding between A6070 and Nineteen Acre Lane / Tarn Lane.

Kendal - A684 Singleton Park Road is just passable both ways between Park Side Road and Hayclose Lane.

Abbey Town - B5307 is closed both ways between Abbeytown and Newton Arlosh.

Warcop - B6259 is closed both ways because of flooding around Swillings Lane.

Warwick-On-Eden - B6263 is closed both ways between A69 and Cumwhinton.

A7 reopens as 41 tonne crane is recovered

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A 41 tonne crane which closed the A7 after leaving the road and becoming trapped in the road barrier has been recovered and the road is now open.

Traffic is being controlled by traffic lights and kept to single file. The road will close again at 3pm today for around two hours while temporary safety barriers are put in place.

The incident happened on the A7 just south of Skippers Bridge, Langholm.

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Northern lines blocked due to flooding

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Flooding in Aspatria has caused train services to be cancelled between Carlisle and Maryport. Services between Oxenholme and Windermere are also blocked. Trains are delayed for up to 60 minutes or have been cancelled.

Disruption is expected to continue into this afternoon. Rail replacements have been requested and passengers are advised to check the Northern website for the latest service updates.

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Drivers to be hit by road closures across Selkirk

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Parts of Selkirk, including the A7, will be closed for periods throughout the rest of the month as a series of road works are completed in the town.

Scottish Borders Council say the decision to co-ordinate resurfacing and utilities works was made to minimise disruption for local people and traders.

Main closures include:

  • Ettrick Terrace (A7) from 13 to 24 November - the road will reopen on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 November, before a full closure until 24 November.
  • Tower Street (A7) from 20 to 24 November - Tower Street will be closed for 24 hours each day works linked to the £450,000 Selkirk Streetscape project.

Shoppers are advised that businesses will remain open throughout the works.

For the full list of road closures in Selkirk please visit www.scotborders.gov.uk.

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