Services at Queen Street Station in Glasgow have resumed following reports of a train fire. Firefighters received calls at about 07:40 after images of smoke billowing from a carriage emerged. ScotRail later confirmed the smoke was caused by an engine fault. The firm said said they were unable to operate trains to or from the station while the incident was ongoing. The station was reopened and continued disruption was expected.
Firefighters received reports of a blaze at about 07:40 after images of smoke billowing from a carriage emerged.