Rail commuters have been hit with delays this morning due to a signal fault at Huntly.
Services operating between Inverness and Aberdeen are running late by around 20 minutes due to a fault with the signalling system at the Aberdeenshire station.
Trains to Inverurie are also affected.
Network Rail engineers have been deployed to investigate and repair the issue.
A ScotRail tweet said: “There’s a fault with the signalling system in the Huntly area, it’s causing some delay to our Aberdeen to Inverness services.
NEW: There's a fault with the signalling system in the Huntly area, it's causing some delay to our Aberdeen – Inverness services. @NetworkRailScot's signalling engineers are on their way to investigate and repair though. ^CT pic.twitter.com/ioXvp0XsGj
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) June 27, 2020
“Train services running through this station will be delayed by up to 15 minutes.
“Network Rail signalling engineers are on their way to investigate and repair.”
Disruption is expected until around 1.30pm.