Rail services in the north-east have returned to normal after a fire next to the track between Perth and Dundee.
ScotRail had been forced to put on a bus replacement service between the line affected passengers looking to travel between Aberdeen and Glasgow yesterday.
The rail operator has this morning said that services have returned to normal.
ℹ️Disruption caused by a fire next to the track between Perth and Dundee has now ended. Services:
• between Glasgow Queen Street and Dundee,
• between Glasgow Queen Street and Aberdeen, are no longer affected by this problem. pic.twitter.com/UgTET0Zj63
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) November 9, 2018
The rail operator’s said: “Disruption caused by a fire next to the track between Perth and Dundee has now ended.
“Services between Glasgow Queen Street and Aberdeen are no longer affected.”
It is understood 28 services between Glasgow and Aberdeen were affected yesterday.