Travelers commuting using the rail line between Glasgow and Aberdeen are subjected to face major problems, as it has been recently declared that the trains running on the line have been cancelled due to its safety checking.
It has been reported that rail line running south of Stonehaven got damaged overnight. As a consequence, people travelling from Dundee to Aberdeen got late by at least 30 minutes, this Monday morning.
British Transport Police said, "The alarm was raised by a train driver on Sunday night on a stretch of track to the west of Stonehaven. Many rush-hour services have been cancelled or delayed, with more disruption expected".
Nevertheless, even trains running between Edinburgh and Aberdeen have been under the influence.
Further, it has been recovered that people travelling down to city are using bus service from Dundee and Montrose and Laurencekirk station has been marked as the station for initiation ad termination of the trains.
Network Rail declared that they have mentioned about the delay on their site. However, they have not clarified as to how long it will take them to resume to normal.
Moreover, the network has termed that the incident has had serious effects and has affected the service adversely.
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