A man has died on the railway in the Broomfield Road area of Glasgow. 

Emergency services rushed to the incident at 9.37am this morning after reports of a casualty between the Stepps and Springburn platforms. 

Train services between Cumbernauld and Queen Street were suspended following the emergency incident. 

The man was sadly pronounced dead on the scene and the incident is not being treated as suspicious. 

READ MORE: Callous conman used Renfrewshire charity role to embezzle £30,000 from disabled adults

A British Transport Police spokesman said: "Officers were called at 9:37am on 16/02 following a report of a casualty on the railway in the Broomfield Road area of Glasgow.

"Officers attended alongside paramedics but sadly a male was pronounced dead at the scene.

"The incident is not being treated as suspicious.”

ScotRail confirmed an ongoing incident between Stepps and Springburn and cancelled services on the route.

Ticket acceptance was put in place for services on this line with FirstBus for Glasgow, Springburn, Stepps, Gartcosh, Greenfaulds, Cumbernauld, Falkirk Grahamston. 

It follows travel disruption caused by Storm Dennis on Saturday afternoon which forced to suspend all trains travelling from Central Station lower level. 

READ MORE: Two teenage boys robbed after 'unprovoked attack'

Other services are experiencing disruptions due to severe weather conditions. 

This includes services between Glasgow Central and Wemyss Bay which have been suspended due to water gushing onto the overhead lines from the aqueduct in Bishopton. 

Train services between Glasgow Queen Street and Dundee can also expect revisions or cancellations due to Storm Dennis.