Trains are beginning to run as normal following a morning of delays and cancellations as a result of a fault with the signalling system between Linlithgow and Edinburgh Park.
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A number of services have been impacted by the high winds brought by Storm Caroline, however, a fault with signalling caused significant impact on the Edinburgh-Glasgow line.
However, Scotrail have confirmed that services are beginning to return to normal.
Services between Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street via Falkirk High were reduced to a half hour service.
Many took to social media to vent about the disruption. One Twitter user wrote: “This has been ongoing since yesterday and still not fixed . Joke of a service and being charged 105 quid a week for the privilege”
Another wrote that it was time somethign was done to ensure a more efficient service, especially during extreme weather.