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Attempts to clear snow drifts will take place later this morning, as rail engineers battle to reopen part of the Far North Line.
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Drifting snow was continuing to cause major disruption to Highland railway lines on Tuesday - despite the arrival of milder air across the region.
(Permalink) Altnabreac Ardgay Brora Dunrobin Forsinard Georgemas Junction Golspie Helmsdale Huntly Insch Inverurie Keith Kennethmont Kildonan Kinbrace Lairg Rogart Scotscalder Signalling Snow Thurso Weather Wick

Network Rail were alerted to the derailment of a freight train after a member of the public saw some of its 27 empty wagons 'jump'. The train had been travelling from Georgemas in Caithness to Hartlepool on 23 February this year.

Parts of a brake broke and fell on to the tracks at Dalchalm level crossing in Sutherland causing the last wagon to derail, according to a new report.

It re-railed at another level crossing about 340m (0.2mile) down the line.

(Permalink) Brora Dalchalm Level Crossing Derailment Network Rail


Ladybank: EWS 66100 hauls the 6X88 ex-Hartlepool pipe train through Ladybank on 27 July en route to Georgemas Junction.
Brian Forbes 27/07/2010


Ladybank: A return Georgemas Junction - Hartlepool freight consisting of empty pipe flats comes off the Perth line at Ladybank on 20 September 2007 and runs south through the station.
John Furnevel 20/09/2007

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