THE Glasgow to Edinburgh train line is now up and running this morning after being brought to a standstill yesterday by floods, causing disruption to more than 150 services.

Network Rail Scotland, which is responsible for the nation's train line infrastructure confirmed they had cleared the flooding in and around Winchburgh tunnel and lines between Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh are now open.

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It thanked the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service which helped with pumping out of water for their support and "to all passengers for their patience as we dealt with the results of extreme rainfall".

Around 50mm of rainfall hit the area causing disruption on the line near Broxburn in West Lothian.

As a result, trains through the key rail route were delayed or cancelled for almost 24 hours.

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Network Rail Scotland said they had been working through the night clearing the flooding after 60% of August's rainfall fell within three hoursre "completely overwhelming the infrastructure".

As of 7.30am there has only been one Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh service cancellation. The 6.25 am service was scrapped due to a shortage of train crew.