Network Rail has completed an £18 million programme of improvements on Scotland’s railway lines.
Thousands of rail engineers worked over Easter weekend to deliver projects across the country.
In the north-east, engineers replaced or refurbished a total of seven bridges on the line between Aberdeen and Inverness.
As part of plans to double-track between Aberdeen and Inverurie later this summer, the Easter engineering works created extra space to lay the new infrastructure by widening the bridges.
Liam Sumpter, chief operating officer for Network Rail Scotland said: “We’d like to thank both passengers and our lineside neighbours for their patience while this vital investment has been taking place.
“We understand the impact our engineering works can have on customers’ plans at bank holidays and we always work hard to keep disruption to a minimum.
“The projects we have delivered over Easter are a significant investment in the long-term future of our railway.”