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Disruption between Glasgow Queen Street and Maryhill until Sunday 8 July

Incident created
13/06/2018 01:00
Last updated
24/06/2018 15:02
Route affected
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ScotRail between Glasgow Queen Street and Anniesland / Mallaig / Oban / Fort William

 
TOC(s) affected
ScotRail;
Description

Urgent repairs to the track between Glasgow Queen Street and Maryhill are causing disruption to journeys between these stations. Due to the nature of repairs required, we anticipate disruption will continue until Sunday 8 July.

Trains which run between Glasgow Queen Street (high level station) and Anniesland will run between Ashfield and Anniesland only.

Trains which run from Fort William, Oban and Mallaig will be diverted in to Glasgow Queen Street via an alternative route, extending journey times by up to 30 minutes. Please note, trains from Glasgow Queen Street to these West Highland stations are not affected.

Alternative travel advice:
Customers can travel via Glasgow Queen Street low level station to and from Anniesland, as these trains are not affected.

Buses will be provided between Glasgow Queen Street and Ashfield / Anniesland.

Additional information:
A track defect has been identified by engineers on a junction to the north of Glasgow Queen Street which means trains cannot cross over onto the Anniesland branch line. The unique design of the affected junction means that a new piece of track will have to be custom designed, built and installed to fix the fault.

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Compensation:
You may be entitled to compensation if you experience a delay in completing your journey today. Please keep your train ticket and make a note of your journey, as both will be required to support any claim.

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