Thameslink has warned that its services could be disrupted into the afternoon following earlier damage to overhead electrical wires.
Two track workers were killed by a train while there was no official lookout in place, a report has found.
Train passengers are experiencing delays and potential cancellations this evening following a signal fault at Arbroath.
WATCH: Timelapse video reveals newly double-tracked railway between Aberdeen and Inverurie – and the new Kintore station
Network Rail Scotland has released a video that reveals the newly double-tracked railyway between Aberdeen and Inverurie.
Congestion in Inverurie could be significantly reduced if plans to transform an old freight yard into a “transport interchange” are allowed to move forward, a local councillor believes.
Rail commuters are experiencing delays this morning following a signal fault in the Highlands.
Enthusiasts at a north-east railway heritage centre have expressed delight at how their dreams appear to be on track as their museum prepares for expansion.
Passengers are experiencing delays and potential cancellations today following signalling faults in the north and north-east.
Fresh plans for a "bigger and better" rail station for Inverness Airport are due to be lodged - more than a decade after the idea was first tabled.
Network Rail has issued a “final reminder” that parts of the network will be closed during the bank holiday weekend amid fears that some passengers plan to travel on trains that are not running.
Motorists are being urged to delay bank holiday getaways until after 9pm on Friday to avoid severe queues on popular tourist routes.
Rail passengers between Aberdeen and Inverness will be able to return to the track today after months of being forced to use replacement buses.
Network Rail has announced that the West Highland Line has now fully reopened.
A major Highland rail line will reopen on Monday after major repairs were completed ahead of schedule.
Members of a railway heritage centre have praised the generosity of firms in providing a boost to their project.
Parts of Scotland and northern England could see two weeks’ worth of rainfall today while the rest of the UK surveys the damage caused by recent heavy winds.
More than 70mm of rain fell in Cumbria on Saturday as the country was struck by unseasonable heavy rain and strong winds.
Flooded tracks have forced train operators to cancel services between Cumbria and Scotland in a day of disruption on the rail network caused by strong winds and heavy rain.
Travellers have been hit by widespread disruption as rail operators across the country battled hazards caused by wet and windy conditions.
Rail passengers have faced severe disruption between Edinburgh and Glasgow as firefighters drain a flooded tunnel.
The West Highland Line will not reopen until a further two weeks following assessments from Network Rail engineers.
Commuters caught short at Aberdeen’s train station will now have to spend 50p to use the toilet, while they have been made free in the Central Belt.
The West Highland Line has been closed after a landslip has removed part of the earthworks underneath the iconic railway.
Any bid to save a 19th century railway signal box from destruction must be made by the end of today.
Air passengers suffered major disruption on Friday due to the heatwave and a technical problem with the UK’s air traffic control system.
Air passengers were facing disruption on Friday due to the heatwave and a technical problem with the UK’s air traffic control system .
Commuters are enduring chaos and disruption on the railways as the UK swelters on its hottest July day on record.
The UK has seen its hottest July day and second hottest day on record as the mercury hit 38.1C, the Met Office said.
Soaring temperatures in the UK have led rail operators to warn of possible speed restrictions due to the risk of tracks buckling.
Trains between Inverness and Beauly are currently out of service this morning after lightning strikes bring services to a standstill.
A ten-day closure of the West Highland line will have serious consequences to the economy of the area, say business owners.
Two councillors have called on transport bosses to consider a new train station in the south of Aberdeen.