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Tube back to normal after landslide

The Piccadilly Line of the London Underground tube network is back to normal today after a landslide forced the evacuation of 600 passengers yesterday evening.
'The train was just pulling out of Boston Manor station when the driver noticed the debris and made an emergency stop,' said a spokeswoman for tube maintenance firm Tube Lines.Engineers are investigating the cause of the collapse and the slope has been stabilised using rock gabions.Related links:Today's top stories

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