Several trains have been cancelled on Friday morning after a part of a tree was found to be caught on top of the overhead power lines.
Network Rail said that a train driver had reported that part of a tree is resting on the overhead wires at Westerton station.
Engineers are on route to remove the tree but in the meantime trains can’t run through the area as the wires carry 25,000 volts.
ScotRail warned customers that all services through Westerton were disrupted as a result.
The rail operator estimated that disruption was expected to last until around 10am on Friday, January 26.
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