A minute’s silence will be held in Scotland’s train stations on Wednesday to remember three people killed in the train derailment in Aberdeenshire.
The mark of respect will be held at 9.43am – representing exactly a week since the incident near Stonehaven was reported to emergency services.
Driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald Dinnie and passenger Christopher Stuchbury died in the crash. The train derailed after hitting a landslip.
Stations elsewhere in the United Kingdom are also set to fall silent. ScotRail said further tributes will be held in the coming weeks and months.
Alex Hynes, managing director of Scotland’s Railway, said: “Our hearts remain broken and will do for a long time.
“We hope that by coming together as a railway family, along with the local community and people across the country, we can support one another through this horrendous time.
“The strength of support and offers of help from railway colleagues across the rest of Britain has been a real source of comfort.”