ScotRail is warning that a landslip in Glasgow will lead to week-long disruption on some rail services. It follows the partial collapse of a railway embankment between Ashfield and Gilshochill. The rail operator said tonnes of mud and stone had washed onto the track at Lambhill, weakening a footbridge over the track. Services from Glasgow Queen Street to Anniesland and Crianlarich have been cancelled for seven days as a result.
ScotRail says tonnes of mud and stone washed onto the track, weakening a footbridge at Lambhill in Glasgow.