Some ScotRail trains are being cancelled this afternoon due to a fallen tree on the Highland line.
The obstruction on the track between Taynuilt and Oban is affecting services travelling via Oban and Glasgow Queen Street.
Disruption is expected to last until around 6pm tonight.
A ScotRail statement said: “Due to an obstruction on the track between Taynuilt and Oban all lines are closed.
“Staff are en route to the site to attempt to clear the trees.
“We’ll update this message once we have more information.”
NEW: Due to fallen trees on the line between Taynuilt & Oban all lines are closed at the moment. @networkrailscot Staff are on their way to the site in an attempt to clear the trees. More updates to follow. pic.twitter.com/FnFzCe6pY6
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) January 28, 2020
- 10.33am Queen St to Oban will terminate at Taynuilt
- 12.21pm Oban to Queen Street is cancelled
- 2.41pm Oban to Queen Street is cancelled
Replacement transport is in operation from Crianlarich at 3pm and Oban at 4.30pm