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Signalling fault at Aviemore causes disruption for trains travelling between Inverness and Glasgow/Edinburgh, ScotRail announces; engineers from Network Rail Scotland are on their way to fix the fault on the Highland Mainline

By Philip Murray

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Locator of train at Inverness Train Station. Picture Gary Anthony..
Locator of train at Inverness Train Station. Picture Gary Anthony..

A SIGNALLING fault in Aviemore was causing disruption to services on the Highland Mainline this morning (Thursday).

ScotRail has warned that services between Inverness and the central belt will be “delayed or revised”, with disruption expected to continue until at least 12.15pm today.

“Network Rail Scotland have informed us of a fault with the signalling system at Aviemore,” said a ScotRail spokesman. “Services between Inverness & Glasgow Queen Street/Edinburgh will be delayed or revised.

“Network Rail Scotland engineers are on their way to the location of the fault.”

Visit ScotRail’s website or check out the @ScotRail Twitter account for the latest travel updates.

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