TRAINS to and from Helensburgh Central are resuming after Storm Jocelyn passed, according to ScotRail.

The rail operator has cleared a number of routes across Scotland for service after suspending all trains from 7pm on Tuesday due to the high winds.

The Helensburgh Central-Edinburgh line is now fully open, alongside the Glasgow-Gourock, Glasgow-Prestwick, Glasgow-Largs and Cathcart Circle lines.

The first train to reach Helensburgh Central is due to arrive from Dalmuir at 10.44am, with the first eastbound service, going all the way to Edinburgh Waverley, due to leave at 10.55am.


However, ScotRail is advising customers to check its website or app for service information as some disruption is still likely on lines that have reopened.

With the exception of a small handful of trains that ran between Helensburgh Central and Dalmuir on Tuesday morning, there had been no services to or from the town's main station since 5pm on Sunday due to Storms Isha and Jocelyn and their aftermath.

Other routes to have reopened on Wednesday morning include Glasgow-Lanark, Glasgow-Paisley Canal, Glasgow-Neilston, Dalmuir-Larkhall/Motherwell, Milngavie-Springburn, Glasgow-Falkirk Grahamston and Glasgow-Alloa.

However, trains on the West Highland line via Helensburgh Upper, Garelochhead and Arrochar & Tarbet are still suspended.

Up-to-date travel information is available at the ScotRail feed on X (formerly Twitter) and the ScotRail page at