Train journeys canceled as emergency services deal with incident between Aberdeen and Dyce

Several trains were canceled this morning. Photo: DC Thomson.

A number of train services have been canceled as emergency services deal with an incident between Aberdeen and Dyce.

All lines were closed as a result, with the incident believed to be near the railway tracks.

The suspension of train travel is expected to last until around noon.

The nature of the incident is currently unknown.

Scotrail has confirmed that all local services between Inverurie and Aberdeen have been cancelled.

All travel between Montrose and Inverurie will be terminated and depart from Aberdeen.

Line closures will also impact trains to and from Inverness and Edinburgh.

Trains traveling to Aberdeen from Inverness will stop at Inverurie until further notice, while those heading north will now start at Inverurie.

This means trains will not be stopping at many northern and northeastern stations this morning.

Police have been contacted for comment.

Anyone planning to travel by train today is advised to check their route in advance.

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