Commuters travelling on trains through Glasgow may face delays and further disruption after damage to overhead wires at a rail station. 

ScotRail announced on Tuesday evening that overhead wires at Coatbridge Sunnyside had been damaged. 

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This was expected to hinder journeys through Glasgow Queen Street throughout the evening. 

Delays are expected to be concentrated on services between Balloch and Airdrie, as well as the Milngavie/Helensburgh - Edinburgh (via Bathgate) service. 

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Engineers from ScotRail are already on site attempting to fix the issue. 

For further updates on the services visit ScotRail's website