TRAIN services travelling to and from Helensburgh remain suspended following the high winds of Storm Isha.

We previously reported all train services in Scotland were suspended from 7pm yesterday evening, with ScotRail confirming there would be no rush-hour trains on Monday morning due to the extreme weather.

Now, ScotRail has confirmed some lines have started to reopen, but all routes to Helensburgh and beyond remain closed.

The railway has been shut at Glasgow Queen Street's low level station after a nearby building's boundary wall and fence collapsed on to the line, with work now ongoing to remove sections of fence still hanging precariously above the track.



Network Rail has also revealed that the West Highland line via Helensburgh Upper has been blocked by huge fallen trees at Arrochar and Tarbet station.

Up-to-date travel information is available at the ScotRail page at and the ScotRail feed on X (formerly Twitter), where the company's social media team are updating travellers as stretches of line reopen.

Customers are advised to check their journey before travelling.