N.I. railway line reopens after security alert

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

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.

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

There are no further details at this time.