Cancellations and delays hit busy Argyle rail line

The station is on the busy Argyle line which feeds into Central Station and runs eastbound to Motherwell and Lanark and to Milngavie and Balloch in the west. Picture: TSPL
The station is on the busy Argyle line which feeds into Central Station and runs eastbound to Motherwell and Lanark and to Milngavie and Balloch in the west. Picture: TSPL
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RAIL COMMUTERS have suffered cancellations and delays after a signalling fault at a key station.

At least 18 services were affected when engineers had to be called out to fix a broken bolt in a set of points at Glasgow Exhibition Centre.

The station is on the busy Argyle line which feeds into Central Station and runs eastbound to Motherwell and Lanark and to Milngavie and Balloch in the west.

The fault occurred at about 8.45am and was resolved within around 30 minutes, but passengers were advised to expect disruption up to 12.30pm.

A ScotRail statement said: “Train services are returning to normal but some services may still be cancelled, delayed or revised.”

A Network Rail spokesman said: “We are working with ScotRail to get trains back on the timetable.”