Rail delays after man hit by train near Lenzie

Rail services have been disrupted between three Scottish cities after a man was hit by a train near Lenzie.

The man died after being struck by the Glasgow Queen Street to Alloa service shortly after 09:30. British Transport Police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

All lines through Lenzie are currently blocked and services from Glasgow to Stirling and Edinburgh are affected.

Trains to Edinburgh are not running via Falkirk High.

ScotRail is providing bus services at Queen Street, Stirling, Croy, Lenzie, Falkirk High and Falkirk Grahamston.

Customers with valid tickets can also travel on First Glasgow local bus services between Queen Street and Croy.

A half hourly service is back in operation between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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