A railway line is to reopen on Wednesday almost two weeks after it was blocked by a freight train which derailed following a landslide.
The 24-wagon train came off the tracks near Tulloch on June 28, obstructing the West Highland line between Crianlarich and Fort William.
Network Rail said the operation to clear the track has been one of the "most challenging" its engineers have faced due to the remote location of the site, which was inaccessible by road and located on a steep hillside.
The company said engineers have been working around the clock to stabilise the slope, install rock netting and remove tonnes of material from the railway line.
A Network Rail spokesman said: "Our engineers have worked hard to recover and reopen the line as quickly as possible in what was a very challenging location.
"As we approach the peak tourist season, restoring passenger services was of vital importance to the communities this line serves."
More than 100 yards of railway track have been renewed as part of the operation and six derailed freight wagons were put back on the rails and removed from the site.
The other wagons were not damaged and were removed shortly after the incident.
The freight engine which was derailed has been secured off the line on the embankment, but not yet removed from the site.
Network Rail said that plans for its removal are being progressed separately so as not to delay the reopening of the line.
A replacement bus service between Glasgow Queen Street and Fort William was put in place after the incident.
Police said that the train driver was left badly shaken, but was not physically injured, and no-one else was hurt in the incident.