A section of Highland railway will remain closed until next week as engineers work to recover a derailed freight train.
The 24-wagon train came off the tracks near Tulloch on Thursday evening following a landslide, blocking the West Highland line between Crianlarich and Fort William.
The recovery is "one of the most challenging" Network Rail has ever faced due to the location of the derailment.
A spokesman said: "Due to the remote location of the train the operation to remove the train, stabilise the slope above and repair damage to the track is expected to take until July 11 to complete.
"The incident site is inaccessible by road and located on a steep hillside, making the recovery of the freight engine and several derailed wagons one of the most challenging Network Rail's engineers have faced.
"Our engineers are working hard to recover the line and restore rail services and quickly as possible."
A replacement bus service between Glasgow Queen Street and Fort William is in place.
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