Aberdeen main line back on track after bridge repairs
Stonehaven bridge reopens (Source Network Rail)
Southbound rail connections have been reestablished from Aberdeen, in the north-east of Scotland. The line reopened on Monday 22 February following extensive repairs to a damaged viaduct. The line has been out of action since 15 January when a bridge, built in the 1840s, suffered a partial collapse. The location of the incident was very close to the site of the fatal derailment in August last year, caused by multiple landslips.
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