ONE of the busiest train stations in Scotland was deserted on Monday morning in the aftermath of a serious storm.

Queen Street Station was void of passengers after the boundary wall and fence of a nearby building crashed near the low-level railway lines amid Storm Isha.

One commuter, intending to travel to Edinburgh, described the scene as a "ghost town".

He added: "I've never seen the station this quiet."

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A spokesperson for Network Rail said the firm was working to secure a track machine to shift the debris from the fallen wall.

It was not confirmed when the repairs were expected to be completed.

Sharing the news on Twitter/X around 6.30am, Network Rail said: "At Glasgow Queen Street low-level, a nearby building’s boundary wall and fence has blown onto the railway, with one part hanging above the track precariously.

"This needs rope-access staff and mobile work platform to remove safely, which will take time."

They added: "At Glasgow Queen Street we’ve been working to move the wall and fencing, but the substantial weight and precarious position are proving difficult to overcome.

"We’re working to secure a track machine to help us shift it."