The rail line between Stonehaven and Dundee will reopen tomorrow following the train derailment which killed three people.
The line at Carmont has been closed since August 12, when the Aberdeen to Glasgow service struck a landslip.
Driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald Dinnie and passenger Christopher Stuchbury all died in the incident.
Following extensive repairs at the site, including to the track, bridge, embankments and drainage, the line is set to reopen tomorrow.
Information from our @NetworkRailScot colleagues on the reopening of the Aberdeen – Dundee route tomorrow morning, following the tragic derailment at Carmont, near Stonehaven on August 12, and the loss of three lives. https://t.co/7Hb2grzLhh
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) November 2, 2020
In a series of tweets this evening, ScotRail said: “We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
“Our thoughts remain with the family, friends and colleagues of our driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald Dinnie and our passenger Christopher Stuchbury.
“Our hearts remain broken and will do for some time.”