NETWORK Rail has completed its £1 million project to upgrade ageing track near Dalmuir Station.
The organisation said that the investment will help to drive down delays and keep services running efficiently for passengers travelling through the station.
Work included an upgrade of the track running through the 127-year-old Dalmuir twin tunnels, which carry the railway underneath the Forth & Clyde Canal; a renewal of switches and crossings; and installation of new brackets to support the rails on platform five.
Kevin Haddow, project manager, Network Rail Scotland, said, “Our team has been working around-the-clock to deliver this project safely and efficiently. Their work will improve the long-term reliability of the line and we are pleased to have been completed the work on time and within budget.
“We would also like to thank passengers and residents for their patience during the project.”