Glasgow's Subway will join in on a one minute silence held in remembrance of those killed in the Stonehaven train crash by halting their services. 

The subway services will stop for one minute at 9.43am as train stations across Scotland fall silent to commemorate the tragedy. 

A statement on Twitter reads: "Subway services will stop for one minute this morning at 09:43 while we join our railway colleagues @ScotRail to remember those who lost their lives in the Stonehaven derailment."

Nine people were on board the 6.38am ScotRail service from Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen Street on Wednesday.

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Three people died in the tragic incident including driver Brett McCullough, 45, conductor Donald Dinnie, 58, and passenger Christopher Stuchbury, 62.

A minute's silence is being held at stations across the UK.

Alex Hynes, Scotland’s Railway Managing Director, said: “Scotland’s Railway, and the railway across much of Britain, will fall silent on Wednesday to mark the passing of Brett, Donald, and Christopher.

“Our hearts remain broken and will do for a long time.

"We hope that by coming together as a railway family, along with the local community and people across the country, we can support one another through this horrendous time.

“The strength of support and offers of help from railway colleagues across the rest of Britain has been a real source of comfort.”