A crucial part of WA’s grain on rail network has been closed after six wagons of a CBH Group grain train derailed just 500m from the main street of Wagin — causing chaos as the company tries to export its biggest crop in history. Six empty grain wagons of a CBH train derailed on the Wagin to Lake Grace rail line near the corner of Tudor and Unit Streets in Wagin on Sunday evening. A CBH spokesperson said the derailment occurred at low speed, and no one was injured. SEE MORE IN THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE “CBH will work with Arc Infrastructure to inspect and re-open the line as soon as possible,” she said. As of 2.30pm Monday afternoon, the carriages were still dislodged on the line. The derailment could not have come for a worse time for Australia’s biggest grain exporter CBH group, which is in the middle of its biggest grain exporting program in history. The co-operative has been trying to shift grain to port as quickly as possible after receiving a record 21.3 million tonnes of grain last harvest, to make the most of high grain prices before the northern hemisphere crop comes onto the global market in a matter of weeks. The line stretches from Newdegate in the east to Wagin in the west, and is used to cart grain from bins dotted along the line before connecting with the Albany to Avon line, before it is carted from Avon to Kwinana for export.