NORTHWICH Railway Station has reopened two days after part of the roof caved in.

On Tuesday, a section of the roof collapsed, with rubble filling a platform and a waiting room.

No-one was injured and investigations are underway.

Major disruption was caused to services, with trains still not stopping at the station yesterday, Wednesday.

The station is now open.

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Chris Pye, Network Rail infrastructure director for the North West, said: "We thank passengers for their patience while we’ve been working to make Northwich Station safe.

"The damaged building has been partially demolished and hoardings have been put up so the station could reopen to passengers today.

"We’ll work with local groups when the time comes to rebuild.

"We await the findings of an independent investigation by our regulator the Office of Rail and Road into what caused the incident."