Train disruption after section of wall falls onto line By Cheryl Livingstone December 6, 2017, 1:47 pm Updated: December 6, 2017, 5:01 pm The scene on the A9 Train services are disrupted after a section of wall fell onto the line between Brora and Helmsdale. Scotrail tweeted the damage was caused by a road traffic accident and trains had been stopped running through the area. The company said rubble from the wall “is significant” and the line will be closed for the rest of day. Staff and machinery are currently being arranged to clear the site. A statement on the Scotrail website reads: “We’ve organised a Bremners Bus to replace the following services: 14:00 Inverness to Wick 16:00 Wick to Inverness The bus is expected to be in place at Wick for approx 18:00 We’re trying to organise a bus for the 18:28 Inverness to Wick service.” Customers are urged to check the website for updates and find alternatives for travelling where possible. Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up More from the Press and Journal When will ScotRail strikes end? No Sunday train services in Aberdeen or Inverness again due to walkout ScotRail train engineers to stage series of 24-hour walk-outs beginning this month Signal problems cause train disruption for second day running Could hydrogen-powered train by on its way to Highlands?