Landslide debris cleared from Highland railway line
A landslide that closed a stretch of Highland railway line for most of the weekend has been cleared and repairs at the track completed.
About 100 tonnes of mud and stones were washed across part of the Fort William and Mallaig line near Lochailort during heavy rain on Thursday.
Travel on the nearby A830 road was also affected for a time by the same landslide.
ScotRail said the work to the railway line was completed at 20:00 on Sunday.
The normal timetable resumed on the line on Monday morning, when the A830 was also fully reopened to traffic.
A spokesman said: "We apologise to customers who were affected by this disruption."
Workers from Network Rail Scotland carried out the clear-up and repairs and also stabilised areas of sloping land close by to reduce the risk of further landslides.
The landslide disrupted services between Glasgow Queen Street and Mallaig terminating at or starting from Fort William.
The slip happened about half a mile east of Lochailort.
It happened during a period of heavy downpours that affected Skye, Mull, the west Highlands and Argyll.