TRAINS to and from Clydebank are starting to resume after Storm Jocelyn wreaked havoc across Scotland last night.

ScotRail confirmed several routes across the country have now been cleared following safety checks.

It comes after the rail operator suspended all services from 7pm on Tuesday due to high winds.

Tuesday’s travel chaos follows major disruption on the rail network on Sunday and Monday as Storm Isha battered the nation with heavy rain and strong winds.

What lines have reopened?

  • Dalmuir – Larkhall via Blantyre
  • Motherwell to Dalmuir
  • Helensburgh Central – Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh – Helensburgh Central via Bathgate and Airdrie
  • Balloch – Airdrie

According to ScotRail’s website, the first train to run from Dalmuir to Glasgow is the 12.47pm service to Glasgow Central and the first service from Dalmuir to Helensburgh Central is due to leave at 2.50pm.

However, the website currently shows various cancellations on these routes throughout the day.

Rail bosses are therefore urging customers to check before they travel as some disruption is still likely on lines that have reopened.

For the most up-to-date information visit ScotRail’s website HERE.