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PASSENGERS planning to take an evening train to Bendigo have been asked to take a later service, with V/Line citing ‘staff sickness’.
The cancellation of the 19.02 Southern Cross Station – Bendigo service comes after major disruptions to services on the Ballarat line, also due to ‘staff sickness’.
V/Line has advised customers planning on taking the 19.02 Southern Cross – Bendigo service to instead board the next available train, which departs 40 minutes later.
V/Line has advised the 16:57 Southern Cross - Eaglehawk will not run.
Customers have been advised to board the next two services, departing Southern Cross at 17:04 and 17:30.
Meanwhile on the Ballarat line, at least six services between Bacchus Marsh/Melton and Southern Cross have been cancelled.
Coaches will replace trains on only one of the cancelled services, according to The Courier.
The cancelled trains, as of 1pm on Wednesday were:
A massive crowd of 80,000 is expected at the MCG tonight for the state of origin match between Queensland and New South Wales.
Visit the V/Line website for the latest information.
This article first appeared on www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au
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