Fallen tree blocks Abbey Line near Watford

Watford Observer: Fallen tree blocks railway line Fallen tree blocks railway line

A fallen tree is currently blocking the Abbey Line near Watford.

Strong gales overnight and this morning have caused the tree to collapse on the railway line between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey.

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12:13pm Tue 24 Dec 13

pepsiman says...

Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh
Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh pepsiman

5:45pm Tue 24 Dec 13

InterludeWFC says...

pepsiman wrote:
Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh
And repair the overhead power lines while he's at it?

Numpty...
[quote][p][bold]pepsiman[/bold] wrote: Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh[/p][/quote]And repair the overhead power lines while he's at it? Numpty... InterludeWFC

7:33pm Tue 24 Dec 13

pepsiman says...

InterludeWFC wrote:
pepsiman wrote:
Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh
And repair the overhead power lines while he's at it?

Numpty...
"slang" has a negative connotation and people have traditionally associated it with uneducated, low-income, inner-city youth............
[quote][p][bold]InterludeWFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pepsiman[/bold] wrote: Surely the driver could get out and pull them few twigs to the side. Huh[/p][/quote]And repair the overhead power lines while he's at it? Numpty...[/p][/quote]"slang" has a negative connotation and people have traditionally associated it with uneducated, low-income, inner-city youth............ pepsiman

8:51am Thu 26 Dec 13

S/O man says...

Whoever took this photo is trespassing on the railway.
Whoever took this photo is trespassing on the railway. S/O man

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