Incredible videos put out by Network Rail show the impact Storm Dennis has had on Scotland's railways. 

The videos, taken near Bishopton station in Renfrewshire, show water tumbling down onto tracks from an overhead aqueduct. Trains were stopped along the route, which connects Inverclyde with Glasgow because engineers stopped the power to the overhead cables.

Tracks were flooded as water cascaded onto the rails and passengers faced delays to Sunday travel into the city.

Staff were deployed to the village to clear the channel over the tracks but train services are expected to remain suspended until the end of the day.

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Tickets are being accepted on McGills buses between Gourock and Wemyss Bay and Glasgow Central.