Commuters in the north-east have been hit by major train delays this morning.
People travelling out of Aberdeen Railway Station to Edinburgh and Glasgow faced delays because of a late running train.
ScotRail also said the 9.07am service to Edinburgh from Aberdeen will be formed of three coaches instead of four due to train fault.
Rail users hoping to travel on the 7.13am from Inverurie to Glasgow Queen Street this morning were told the service would start from Aberdeen, but then terminated at Perth where replacement busses.
This is due to a shortage of train crew.
A statement of ScotRail’s website said: “It will no longer call at Inverurie, Dyce, Stirling and Glasgow Queen Street. This is due to a shortage of train crew.
“We have a replacement bus in place for this cancelled train which will operate from Perth to Queen Street calling stations, due to the use of road transport your journey time will be extended and we apologies for the disruption to you journey on this route, if you are delayed over 30 minutes you can make a claim by visiting ScotRail.co.uk/delay-repay.”