A schoolboy who died after suffering an electric shock on a Glasgow railway has been described as a 'kind, caring, funny and generous boy'.

Floral tributes and messages have been left on the railway bridge near Bishopbriggs after it was confirmed the 12-year-old boy had died in hospital.

He had suffered an electric shock close to Ashgill Road, Milton on Sunday August 18.

The boy, named only as Daniel in tributes, was rushed to hospital, but tragically lost his fight for life on Saturday evening.

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Now friends, family and the local community have come together to pay tribute to the boy after the devastating news.

Glasgow Times: Picture: Colin MearnsPicture: Colin Mearns

One heartbreaking note, written in blue pen, reads: "RIP. You are my best friend and I will miss you forever. Love, Marty."

Another described the 12-year-old as like a 'big brother', and said they would miss him always.

And a third read: "RIP, my best friend. We will miss you loads. I won't forget you."

Glasgow Times: Picture: Colin MearnsPicture: Colin Mearns

Two notes pinned to the same bouquet said: "You were one of my best friends and I can't believe you are gone. I will always remember you.

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"You will forever be in our hearts; such a kind, caring, funny and generous boy.

"You will be sorely missed, pal."

A Celtic shirt was hung nearby, with 'GBNF' written across its chest.