Train operators are warning pasengers not to travel because of torrential storms across England and Wales.
First Great Western has warned passengers not to travel by train, according to Sky News. Routes between Oxford, London Paddington and Bristol have been disrupted due to flooding across the south of England.
First Great Western spokesman Adrian Ruck, told Sky News: “We are advising people not to travel by train this afternoon and this evening.”
Services affected include:
- Oxford to Worcester
- Reading to Gatwick
- Reading to Newbury and Westbury
- Didcot Parkway to Chippenham
- Didcot Parkway to Bristol Parkway
Virgin Cross Country has suspended its services between Birmingham New Street and Gloucester.
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