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Network Rails says the Conwy Valley line will remain closed until further notice, after investigations revealed the extent of the damage caused by a tree falling on the line during Storm Doris last week.
The line has remained shut since Thursday 23 February, when a tree fell on the line and disturbed vegetation on the rock face next to the railway at Blaenau Ffestiniog.
800 homes are without power in North Wales tonight, with the majority in Anglesey, after storm Doris swept across Wales yesterday.
Scottish Power Energy Networks said they had hoped to restore power to all properties by 5pm today.
Thousands were left without power yesterday, as storm Doris swept across Wales.
Scottish Power Energy Networks say they are aiming to restore power to all properties by 5pm today.
Extra engineers have been brought in to fix the electricity network as quickly as possible.
They added that trees and other debris have brought down power lines in some areas and if the public notice any damage, to report it.
Scottish Power Energy Networks says the company has been working 'across the day' to respond to a high number of weather-related incidents across north and mid Wales due to wind gusts of up to 94mph caused by Storm Doris.
Around 60,000 customers were impacted by the high winds since midnight last night. The energy company says it has reconnected 51,000 homes today but there are currently 9,000 without power, with the majority in north Wales.
Storm Doris has caused a further collapse of the seaward end of Victoria Pier in Colwyn Bay.
A spokesperson for Conwy council said engineers and health & safety officers are monitoring the area closely and will inspect the structure at low tide, if it is safe to do so.
The derelict pier partially collapsed into the sea earlier this month.
Scottish Power says thousands of customers across north Wales are currently without power after cables were blown down by Storm Doris.
It says the situation is "fluctuating" but engineers are currently working to restore connections.
Anglesey has been particularly affected with many business saying they have had to close.
Western Power Distribution estimates that hundreds of properties are currently without power.
The areas affected are Cardiff, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, and Powys.
Keep up to date with WPD's power cut map.
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Arriva Trains Wales says twelve trains were damaged by hitting fallen trees and services will be affected this morning.
Yellow and amber warnings of strong winds remain in place across Wales, as Storm Doris batters the UK.