A power cut at Scotland’s busiest train station has disrupted services.
ScotRail said a loss of electrical supply at Glasgow Central high level on Thursday meant all trains were either delayed, altered or cancelled.
The rail operator urged passengers to check their services on ScotRail app, website or JourneyCheck.
Disruption is expected until 2pm with services to and from Glasgow affected.
Shortly before 1.30pm, ScotRail said services were returning to normal but there would still be delays.
Due to a failure of the electrical supply earlier at Glasgow Central high level, all services are subject to delay, alteration and cancellation. Please keep an eye on your service via our app, website or JourneyCheck. pic.twitter.com/KB8HGXGdzK— ScotRail (@ScotRail) November 23, 2023
It comes after an electrical failure caused rush hour chaos at Edinburgh Waverley earlier this month.
Services to and from the station were brought to a standstill on Thursday, November 2, with Network Rail engineers dispatched to investigate.
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