Glasgow train lines closed after 'small fire' as disruption warned

Scotrail warned commuters of disruption after an electricity fault left trains unable to leave Glasgow Queen Street.

Glasgow train lines closed after electricity fault as disruption warned PA Media

Commuters have been warned of travel disruption after a ‘small fire’ left trains unable to leave Glasgow.

Scotrail announced that services would be limited on Tuesday morning due to a “failure of the electricity supply” at Queen Street station.

The train operator has said overhead lines have been switched off as emergency services work on repairs.

The fault is causing disruption on the Glasgow to Edinburgh line, as well as services to Helensburgh, Milngavie, and Balloch.

Passengers have been urged to check for updates on the Scotrail website.

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