Security Alert Ongoing Between Bangor West And Bangor Rail Line

Police are dealing with a security alert between the Bangor West and Bangor railway line.

On its website, Translink revealed the line has been closed due to the alert and disruption is expected "until further notice".
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"A security alert is ongoing between Bangor West and Bangor railway line," the company said.

"Tickets will also be honoured on Ulsterbus & Metro services between Belfast and Bangor."


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