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Residents' misery over reopened Stirling railway line

Residents living close to a reopened stretch of railway line, used by freight trains, say their lives have become a misery.

Stirling Council is to make a decision on whether it will take legal action.

The aim would be to reduce the noise and vibration caused by the trains which carry more than 1,000 tonnes of coal.

BBC Scotland's environment correspondent David Miller reports.

  • 12 Feb 2015