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Storms cause huge delays to road and rail throughout Cornwall

By cg_ailsam  |  Posted: February 03, 2014

Storms cause huge disruptions to rail and roads

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Storms have caused huge disruptions to rail and roads throughout Cornwall.

According to BBC Travel South West the A30 in both directions from Chiverton Cross to Bolventor has surface water and flooding in places.

Traffic's flowing smoothly on the Tamar Bridge and there is a 15 minute wait with two ferries in service at Torpoint, according to BBC.

The B3275 is partially blocked due to flooding between Fraddon Services and A3058 Brighton.

On the A38 Glynn Valley, near Drift Lane in South East Cornwall has flooding.

Tomorrow the King Harry Ferry starts at 9am due to the tides.

Rail disruptions have hit Western Rail passengers between Liskeard and Looe, which won’t be running until further notice and buses have replaced the service.

A spokesman for Western Rail said: “It’s currently down due to the flooding and we don’t have any information as of yet when it will re-open.”

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