Disruption to Caledonian Sleeper services is set to continue this week, affecting services to and from Glasgow.

Damage to the train's wheels is causing two services to be cancelled between Glasgow and London.

It comes after passengers were faced with a five-hour bus journey to Glasgow amid “technical issues with the coaches.”

On Tuesday, the London-Glasgow service has been cancelled, and the Glasgow-London train on Wednesday is also being suspended.

Two services between London and Edinburgh are also being subject to cancellations.

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The service update reads: "Unfortunately, we have taken the decision to cancel a number of our services over the next few days as a result of wheel damage sustained on the train during Tuesday night’s service.

"Details of these services, and alternative arrangements for guests, are below.

"We also understand if you decide you no longer wish to travel with us.

"We would like to extend our apologies to our guests for this disruption."

No matter if customers choose to travel or not, guests will be given a full refund. Those who booked directly with Caledonian Sleeper will automatically receive their money back, and others must process their request through their website.

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All other services are due to run as scheduled, and bosses are looking to have all services back to full capacity in the next week.