Film shoot to disrupt city trains

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Cape Town - Expect delayed trains and platform changes on Monday and Tuesday as a film company uses southern suburb railway stations to shoot a television advertisement.

The filming should not affect peak-hour trains, acting Metrorail manager Eddie Chinnappen said on Monday.

The advertisement was being filmed at Cape Town’s platform 23, at Muizenberg station and in the car park at Kalk Bay station, Chinnappen said.

The agreement with the film company, Feel Good Films, stipulated that there could be no impact on peak-hour trains.

By Wednesday, everything should be back to normal, Chinnappen said.

Cape Argus

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