Near zero-visibility for train drivers crossing Forth Bridge

Scotrail said it was dealing with challenging weather conditions across its network on Tuesday.

Train drivers crossed the Forth Bridge in near-zero visibility on Tuesday amid challenging travel conditions around the country.

Scotrail posted this clip – filmed by one of their conductors – on Twitter, showing snowy conditions on the famous crossing between Edinburgh and Fife.

Snow warnings remain in place across parts of Scotland as Storm Darcy continues to cause traffic delays and other hazards.

Bus and rail travel has been disrupted with an amber weather alert across much of the central belt.

Emergency services have also been called out to a number of road accidents, including a lorry crash on the M90 near Dunfermline in Fife.