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Normal services 'by week's end'

Network Rail hopes normal rail services can resume between Inverness and Aviemore by the end of the week.

The line was reopened following the derailment of a freight train at Carrbridge.

However, repairs to signalling equipment has meant fewer trains being allowed to run on the affected section of the railway.

David Simpson, of Network Rail, said staff have been working in difficult conditions to make the repairs.



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