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Second signal fault brings delays to Highland railway lines; new fault at Keith causes delays between Inverness and Aberdeen


By Philip Murray

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A ScotRail train at Forres Railway Station on the Inverness-Aberdeen line. Picture: Daniel Forsyth. Image No.039367.
A ScotRail train at Forres Railway Station on the Inverness-Aberdeen line. Picture: Daniel Forsyth. Image No.039367.

RAIL passengers on the Inverness-Aberdeen line are facing delays of up to 50 minutes after another signal fault in the Highlands.

ScotRail said the fault at Keith has forced services to run at reduced speeds, and the disruption is likely to continue until at least 2pm.

The fault comes after signal trouble on the Highland mainline caused disruption this morning to services between Inverness and the central belt.

ScotRail initially warned passengers on that route to expect delays until 11am, but has since pushed that back to at least midday.

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