Commuters are still facing delays after a fault was discovered on the tracks between Arrochar and Tarbet and Ardlui.
Trains to and from Milngavie, Oban and Fort William from Glasgow were affected whilst Network Rail engineers carried out urgent repairs to fix the broken fishplate.
Services are now beginning to return to normal but ScotRail are advising customers that disruption is still expected to last into the afternoon.
⚠️ NEW: We’ve been informed that there’s damage to the track which requires urgent repair between #ArrocharandTarbet and Ardlui. We’re in the process of arranging replacement transport because we’re unable to run trains between these stations. We'll keep you updated. ^Paul pic.twitter.com/EzQYcsT5VZ
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) November 18, 2019
ScotRail issued a statement saying: “We have been advised that the line has now reopened after repairs were carried out.
“We’re working hard to get services operating normally again.
“Disruption is expected until 1pm today.”
We're currently dealing with broken rail (fishplate) between #ArrocharandTarbet and #Ardlui. For safety reasons, the line has been closed between these stations until a repair can be carried out. Visit @ScotRail for travel updates.
— Network Rail Scotland (@NetworkRailSCOT) November 18, 2019
ScotRail services suffered setbacks last Tuesday with flooding damaging the line at Taynuilt.