A train service was disrupted by a fault this morning as tens of thousands are heading to Taylor Swift's concert.

ScotRail and Network Rail have warned customers that due to a problem with the power supply of the overhead wires at Haymarket, some services were altered.

Network Rail said on X: "Engineers are out on the track working to find and fix the fault as quickly as we can. We’ll share more news soon."

The Edinburgh stop is where the fans are instructed to travel if they are going to the Murrayfield gig tonight.

ScotRail said on social media: "Due to the crowds, you’ll need to queue to enter and access the platforms. We’ll have lots of extra staff to help."

Shortly before 10am, travellers were told that the issue had been fixed but some trains are still disrupted.

A spokesperson said: "The focus is now on restoring the normal timetable ASAP - working closely with our train operators. Thanks for your patience this morning."