Those heading out on Scotland’s roads and railways are being warned to expect delays and disruption after torrential rain swept across the country.
Tuesday’s downpour in Argyll and Bute caused a landslide to close the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful – leaving drivers with a 60-mile diversion.
Debris also blocked the local Old Military Road, which has previously been used as an alternative route.
Specialist geotechnical contractors concluded that it was unsafe to begin clear-up operations due to movement on the hillside, so the road was sealed off overnight.
It area remained closed on Wednesday morning, with Bear Scotland expected to give an update following further inspection.
In the meantime, Western Ferries is running additional sailings as an alternative so as motorists can avoid the lengthy diversion.
Network Rail Scotland has advised that the West Highland Line remains closed between Helensburgh Upper and Crianlarich due to a landslip.
Due to the closure, ScotRail has advised passengers that it is unable to run services between Stirling and Perth.
Network Rail Scotland has also been forced to close the Mill O’Keir Viaduct near Dunblane after the heavy rain caused the river to rise.
An inspection will have to be carried to ensure it is safe to reopen.
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