Luxembourg's national railway company, the CFL, has announced that rail traffic is currently disrupted on line 10 between Ettelbruck and Goebelsmuhle, in both directions, following the discovery of a World War II bomb.

According to the CFL, a bomb dating to the Second World War was found near the tunnel in Burden, a village in the municipality of Erpeldange, in northern Luxembourg, on Friday 3 June 2022.

Rail traffic on line 10 between Ettelbruck and Goebelsmuehle is currently interrupted in both directions.

The CFL has set up a substitute bus service running from Ettelbruck to Goebelsmuehle and vice versa.

The demining service is on the scene. It is not yet known how long this disruption to rail traffic will last.

Passengers are invited to consult the CFL website ( and / or mobile application for more information on timetables and traffic alternatives.

Update: The CFL confirmed around 15:40 on Friday that rail traffic had begun to gradually resume on line 10 (Luxembourg – Troisvierges – Gouvy). Some delays and cancellations remained possible.