Rail travel disrupted after Aberdeen train strikes pheasant
The collision caused an air leak aboard the Inverness to Aberdeen train on Wednesday.
Rail travel has been disrupted after a train struck a pheasant, leaving 132 passengers stranded.
The collision caused an air leak aboard the Inverness to Aberdeen train near Kennethmont at around 6am on Wednesday.
A second train was brought alongside the damaged train on a section of double track to take its passengers to Huntly.
The disruption is expected to continue until around 10am.
A ScotRail spokesman said: “As this happened on a section of double track, we are bringing a train alongside and will transfer all passengers and take them to Huntly.
“We’ve arranged buses to help them complete their journeys.”