Rail travellers face eight weeks of disruption following landslide between Doncaster and Scunthorpe
RAIL travellers face disruption to their journeys until after Easter due to a landslide.
Network Rail said the landslide at Stainforth, near Scunthorpe, is still moving and remains dangerous.
Trains will not be operating between Doncaster and Scunthorpe and the line is expected to be closed for eight weeks.
Instead buses will transport passengers on a half-hourly service with additional buses to ensure travellers can make connections.
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Restrictions have been lifted, meaning passengers can travel at any point on their booked day of travel.
Nick Donovan, First Trans-Pennine Express managing director, said: “I want to assure passengers that we are doing everything within our power to make journeys as stress free as possible and return the line to normal service as quickly and safely as possible.
“We are advising customers to check the details of their journey before they travel via www.nationalrail.co.uk”