A section of railway in the Highlands where a train derailed in freezing conditions re-opened on Tuesday after more than a week blocked.
A freight train crashed off the tracks near Carrbridge station in Inverness-shire last Monday.
One man was injured in the incident which saw fences and a shed smashed as wagons came off the line.
It is not yet known whether the severe weather was a factor in the crash.
The incident caused travel headaches for commuters with ScotRail running buses between Inverness and Aviemore to replace the disrupted service.
On Tuesday a restricted service was operating on the line.
Three ScotRail train services were due to run in both directions throughout the day.
Carrbridge Station is expected to fully re-open on Sunday.