The Caledonian Sleeper service between Fort William and London is suffering from disruption after the train broke down.
A rescue train had to be sent after it suffered from a “loco failure” between Corrour and Tulloch.
And the operators announced today that due to “trains being out of position following disruption on Saturday morning,” tomorrow’s service would start at Edinburgh Waverly.
Guests travelling from Fort William will be taken by road transport from 7pm.
Those “booked to board at intermediate stations are advised to make their own way to Fort William (in time for road transport departure at 19:00) or Edinburgh Waverley (to connect with your service at 00:24) – Ticket acceptance is in place with Scotrail to aid guests with connections.”
Passengers travelling north from London Euston are also being transported by road to Dumbarton Central.
Service Update: Fort William services departing Sunday 30 June. Unfortunately, these services have been cancelled as a result of Friday night's disruption. Please visit our website for further information https://t.co/mWsYCUG6Cx
— Caledonian Sleeper (@CalSleeper) June 29, 2019
The company also tweeted: “We have begun our attempts to contact guests directly and offer our sincere apologies for the inconvenience this will cause. Services to and from Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh are unaffected.”