Storm Caroline forces cancellation of all trains in Scottish Highlands
Potential gusts of up to 90mph trigger transport disruption as Met Office warns flying debris could endanger life
All train services in the Scottish Highlands will be cancelled on Thursday morning after forecasters predicted Storm Caroline would bring potentially life-threatening winds of up to 90mph.
ScotRail will suspend its morning services from Aberdeen to Inverness, and from Inverness to Wick and to Kyle of Lochalsh, as well as the famous West Highland line service from Glasgow Queen Street to Oban, Fort William and Mallaig.
Source: Guardian Transport