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Broken down train causes knock-on disruption to Glasgow-Inverness services on the Highland mainline, ScotRail confirms


By Philip Murray

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A ScotRail train travelling on the Highland mainline, to the north of Carrbridge. Picture: Philip Murray.
A ScotRail train travelling on the Highland mainline, to the north of Carrbridge. Picture: Philip Murray.

RAIL passengers were facing disruption to some Highland mainline services on Monday morning after a Glasgow-Inverness service broke down.

The 7am Glasgow to Inverness train terminated at Perth this morning owing to a fault after a break down on the track between Stirling and Dunblane.

The breakdown has since cleared but ScotRail has warned passengers of knock-on disruption to other services.


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