TRAIN services are beginning to run to and from Inverclyde after lines were closed for more than 36 hours.

ScotRail suspended its entire network from 7pm on Sunday ahead of strong winds brought by Storm Isha.

Routes gradually reopened following safety inspections throughout Monday, however many lines - including Gourock and Wemyss Bay - remained closed this morning.

According to ScotRail, services left Gourock for Glasgow Central at 9.12am, 10.12am and 10.42am today.

The 11.12am service was cancelled, but trains look set to resume from 11.42am.

Services on the Wemyss Bay line look set to return from 11.56am.

All train services across Scotland will be suspended once again from 7pm today, with tomorrow morning's rush hour trains cancelled to allow for safety inspections.

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