AS Powys spent Sunday recovering from the previous day's deluge, road and rail services have taken a battering.

Transport for Wales services through to Aberystwyth were on schedule this evening.

However rail services between north and south Wales could be cancelled for more than a week due to flood damage.

On the Heart of Wales line there were still no services from Llanwrtyd / Landrindod to Shrewsbury and road transport was not possible due to road conditions.

Network Rail said flash floods washed away parts of the track at Pontrilas, Herefordshire, affecting services between Hereford and Abergavenny.

All rail companies advise people to check before they travel.

Some roads remain shut and there are flood warnings still in places across Wales.

The Met Office said more than 4in (100mm) of rain fell in 24 hours in some places.

Emergency crews rescued people from cars stuck in floods and people were evacuated from homes on Saturday.

County Time chief photographer Phil Blagg took another series of pictures around the County Times patch today, Sunday.