Commuter disruption at a Clydebank train station continued this morning due to a problem with the overhead lines.

The rail operator reported issues with signals and power going to the lines between Dalmuir and Partick just before 8 pm last night (Thursday).

It is understood this was caused by overhead lines going down between Jordanhill and Finnieston.

One bus replacement service was run at Dalmuir to cover the last train services of the evening and at midnight, Scotrail announced repairs to the lines were set to be undertaken overnight.

However, despite Scotrail reporting the problem had been fixed on Friday morning, passengers woke to find there was still disruption to services in and out of the area.

Coach capacity was reduced on most services, with many peak-time travellers forced to cram into three coaches instead of six.

This was due to trains not being in the correct position for the start of service this morning following the disruption last night.

In terms of the timetable, services are running as planned.