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Signal fault on Highland mainline between Aviemore and Kingussie causes delays to railway services between Inverness and Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth, ScotRail announces


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 services on the Highland mainline have been disrupted by a signal fault.

ScotRail said that the fault, between Aviemore and Kingussie, has forced services to run at a slower speed than normal.

Staff are now "on site", but the rail operator warned passengers that the delays are expected to last until around 11am.


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