Work is now underway to re-rail an out-of-service train which derailed at low speed outside Stonehaven station last night (Wednesday, October 10).
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Latest news for this region
Scotland’s Railway has launched its biggest ever response to the threats caused by autumn leaf fall.
Passengers at Aberdeen station are being given the chance to see enhancement works recently delivered between Aberdeen and Dyce in an innovative virtual reality (VR) experience.
The redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street station reached another major milestone this week as the project team completed all of the demolition work needed to start building a bigger and brighter transport hub.
Kerse Road in Stirling will re-open on Friday 19 October – a week earlier than anticipated -as work on the multi-million-pound project completes its most significant phase.
Work is now underway on a 12-month programme at Aberdeen station to deliver a £9m investment to upgrade and replace the glass roof.
The ScotRail Alliance is making sure Scotland’s railway is better prepared than ever before for autumn.
Work to electrify the Stirling, Dunblane and Alloa lines ahead of the introduction of new electric trains will see the railway between Larbert and Dunblane close from Sunday October 14 to Monday October 22.
Breich station has re-opened to passenger service following a 12 week closure to enable a £2.4m redevelopment.
Network Rail engineers will complete the latest phase in a £114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire this weekend.