Closure comes as parts West of Scotland has again been hit by torrential rain in wake of Storm Debi
Storm Debi stop press: Network Rail said in an update that rainfall had reduced but residual water is flowing from the hillside to the track
By Lucy Ashton
Major train routes have been closed as a result of heavy rain battering the West of Scotland, flooding rail lines.
ScotRail has confirmed that all lines between Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui are closed due to flooding.
The closure comes as parts of Scotland have once again been hit with torrential rain in the wake of Storm Debi.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for rain on Monday, which will be in force from 10am until 9pm.
Forecasters said the fourth named storm of the season would mainly hit Northern Ireland, but areas of Scotland would feel strong ripple effects including up to 50mm of rain.
Network Rail said in an update that rainfall had reduced but residual water is flowing from the hillside to the track.
They added that staff were working to mitigate water-flow by digging a drainage channel, adding that damage to the track is at this stage minimal.
The rail service provider confirmed that three replacement bus services at Crianlarich would run to Glasgow Queen Street and call at all stations.
The buses have an estimated arrival time of 3:45pm on Monday afternoon.