N.I. railway line reopens after security alert

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A railway line in Northern Ireland has reopened after a security alert on Thursday morning.

The line between Lisburn and Portadown was shutdown in both directions for several hours.

The railway line has been shutdown in both directions. (Library Image)

The railway line has been shutdown in both directions. (Library Image)

Translink operate a bus service for Enterprise passengers between Lanyon Place and Newry.

There are no further details at this time.