Full service resumes for a Leeds train station following landslip

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A landslip that disrupted services at Guiseley train station for almost a week has been cleared.

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National Rail have confirmed that that landslip, which happened between Guiseley and Kirkstall Forge last Tuesday, caused debris to block the line, effecting services between Leeds and Ilkley.

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All services are now up-and-running from the station again.

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