Nothing's mooving - cows cause delays after invading Kent railway station

Trains were disrupted following the bovine invasion Credit: PA

A herd of cows have caused mass disruptions to trains in Kent after staging a mass invasion onto a station platform.

Passenger Francesca Ryan posted an image of her unusual fellow travellers at Hever station in Kent.

Up to 60 of the animals are thought to have made a break for pastures new and ended up crowding onto the platform.

Southern trains said the breakout was causing serious delays in the area, with lines blocked between Oxted and Uckfield.

The operator said at 4pm that the disruption had ended - and the cows presumably rounded up and returned to their normal pastoral existence.