Trains cancelled between Edinburgh and Aberdeen due to signalling fault

Train services between Edinburgh and Aberdeen were cancelled or revised this morning due to a fault with the signalling system.

ScotRail reported the fault at Ladybank at 5.43am and said that teams were working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

A ticket acceptance scheme was organised with Stagecoach East to minimise the issues caused for those travelling between Edinburgh and Aberdeen on Thursday morning.

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The fault was fixed at around 8am and ScotRail said it was working to get trains back to the normal schedule.

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Trains cancelled between Edinburgh and Aberdeen due to signalling fault.
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