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Snow causes rail disruption between Inverness and Perth

By Philip Murray

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Snow clearing.
Snow clearing.

HEAVY morning snow has caused travel disruption on the Inverness to Perth rail line.

Scotrail was this morning warning rail passengers to expect delays or revised timetables until 2pm.

Elsewhere, the snow has caused disruption to a number of local schools.

Stratherrick Primary is closed, while Charleston Academy is expected to open an hour late because of bad road conditions and there is no school transport to Marybank Primary.

Two site visits by councillors on the south area planning committee have also been cancelled.

The councillors had been expected to view the proposed extension to the Millennium Wind Farm at Glenmoriston and the planned Beinn Mhor Wind Farm at Tomich.

The cancellation of the site visits means that votes over the plans which had been expected to go ahead tomorrow have also been postponed.

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