ROSS-SHIRE train passengers travelling further afield are being warned to expect severe disruption on the railways due to severe weather which caused flooding and landslips.
ScotRail issued a statement this morning (Friday) warning of travel issues affecting the West Highland Line and Scotland-England services.
It confirmed a derailed freight train and flooding are causing disruption to its West Highland Line services.
Landslips on the West Coast Mainline and East Coast Mainline routes have also led to limited England-Scotland services.
Alternative transport, including taxis and buses, is being arranged for customers as Network Rail works to clear the lines.
A ScotRail spokesman said: "We are doing everything we possibly can to help our customers and have extra staff on hand to help at stations.
"Customers are advised to get up-to-date journey information before travelling."
Customers are being urged to check live travel updates before setting out – by visiting scotrail.co.uk/disruption, downloading ScotRail’s app by texting ‘scotrail’ to 86688, or calling 0845 601 5929.