Transperth has requested Midland Line passengers find alternative travel options during Anzac Commemorations

Train services will be altered for almost two hours on Friday.
Train services will be altered for almost two hours on Friday.

MIDLAND Line passengers are being asked to find alternative travel options on October 31 when train services are disrupted due to Anzac Centenary commemorations.

A heritage diesel train, commemorating the journey from Blackboy Hill near Mundaring to Fremantle taken by WA troops a century ago, will travel on the Transperth network on Friday, October 31.

The journey will happen from 10am to 11am and will require electricity to be turned off along the line.

Transperth spokesman David Hynes said services on the Midland and Fremantle lines would be cancelled or altered between 9.30am and 11.15am.

No rail replacement buses will run during the disruption.

For information on services for the day, call 136 213 or go to www. transperth.wa.gov.au.