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Services suspended between Ashford and Ramsgate via Canterbury West Monday 27th July

On Sunday 26 July, a train travelling between Ashford and Canterbury West was involved in an incident near Chilham station, colliding with livestock which had strayed onto the railway line meaning the train became derailed.

As a result buses are replacing trains between Ashford International and Ramsgate via Canterbury West until at least Wednesday 29th July. It is possible that the disruption may continue longer, with Network Rail on site investigating any structural damage that may have occurred. Where possible, you should travel from Canterbury East where you can then join a High Speed service at Faversham/Ashford at no extra cost. You can also use your tickets on reasonable London Underground routes to complete your journey.

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