ScotRail has asked passengers to try and ‘make your own arrangements’ after a derailed train has closed a main line.
A freight train came off the tracks in Culloden causing issues right the way down the Highland Main Line.
Replacement buses have been put on to transport passengers from Perth up to Inverness, but ScotRail says its alternative transport is “extremely limited”.
Three buses were due to leave Perth station this morning.
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Instead, the firm “recommends” customers make their own way on the 112 mile journey.
On social media, the firm said it was possible to complete the journey by rail via Aberdeen, however this would add a significant amount on of time on the trip.
ScotRail added that customers could claim compensation if their journey times were delayed by at least 30 minutes.
Keep hold of your ticket If you’ve been delayed by 30 minutes or more due to #Inverness or #Dyce disruption. this morning. You can claim Delay Repay compensation at https://t.co/kwz2pXYSWq. ^CT pic.twitter.com/UXcavdvmvB
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) September 19, 2018