West Highland line repaired after Tulloch derailment
Network Rail has completed work on the West Highland line, which has been closed after a landslip and derailment.
The section near Tulloch, between Crianlarich and Fort William, has been out of service since a freight train came off the line on 28 June.
Regular rail services will begin on Wednesday.
Network Rail said engineers had been working round-the-clock stabilising the slope, installing rock netting and removing tonnes of material.
A 100-yard section of track has been renewed as part of the operation. Six wagons which came off the line have been removed.
The derailed engine was said to be "secured" but not removed from the site.
A spokesman for Network Rail said: "Our engineers have worked hard to recover and reopen the line as quickly as possible in what was a very challenging location.
"As we approach the peak tourist season, restoring passenger services was of vital importance to the communities this line serves."