Train services resume following Angus derailment

derailed train The front wheels of the Edinburgh to Aberdeen train came off the track near the village of Inverkeilor

Services have returned to normal on the Edinburgh to Aberdeen line following a derailment in Angus.

The front wheels of the 08:04 CrossCountry Trains service came off the track near the village of Inverkeilor on Sunday.

ScotRail confirmed that services were operating as scheduled from midnight on Monday.

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch is carrying out an investigation into why the train came off the track.

British Transport Police described the incident as "a minor derailment".

None of the 36 passengers or the two crew were injured during the incident.

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