A 'rescue train' was sent to help passengers from a Caledonian Sleeper service which broke down in a remote area of the Highlands. The overnight service to London Euston was cancelled due to a power failure shortly after it left Fort William on Friday. Caledonian Sleeper 'sincerely apologised' and said Sunday night's services would start from Edinburgh. It is the latest in a series of problems facing the rail firm. Since launching its new £150m fleet to great fanfare in April, passengers travelling between the Central Belt and London have faced disruption and cancellations.
The overnight service to London Euston was cancelled shortly after it left Fort William.