Floods force south-bound trains out of Bangkok

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Floods force south-bound trains out of Bangkok

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PHUKET: Floods in Bangkok have forced trains bound for Surat Thani, a popular jump-off point for tourists heading to Phuket, to start from the Nakhon Pathom railway station, on the west of the Thai capital. An operator at the State Railway of Thailands call center today told the Phuket Gazette that the move to shut down Southern Line services at Bangkoks central Hua Lampong train station was made yesterday as flood waters crossed the tracks used by southbound trains. Services heading north from Hua Lampong remain unaffected, said the operator.

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