Fresh signal problems cause major disruption to Glasgow rail services [BBC News]

Date: 20/02/2018

Two new signalling faults are causing major disruption to rail services in and out of Glasgow. ScotRail has cancelled most services in and out of Queen Street station. The rail firm said engineers were working to fix the problems at Greenhill, between Glasgow Queen Street and Larbert, and in the Newton area. Earlier, during the morning peak time, a separate signalling problem led to some services out of Queen Street being suspended. A burst water main near Kirkhill Station also caused cancellations between Glasgow Central and Newton via Kings Park

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Two signalling faults caused cancellations and delays to rail services in and out of Glasgow.