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A dog joined commuters on a train from Newmarket this morning.
Heart has been told the canine got on, alone, and jumped off at Cambridge station.
Passengers took to Twitter, saying: "A dog with no owner has hopped on at Newmarket, I think he's coming all the way to Cambridge with us."
Commuters said the train's coductor was made aware of the pet onboard.
It was picked up by a local dog warden in Cambridge.
The owner has since been traced and the pair were due to be reunited this morning.
It's hoped passenger trains will be running on the Ely to Peterborough line again by Monday.
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