Train services between Glasgow and Ayr have been cancelled of revised due to a fire.
ScotRail has announced that a property near Ayr train station has went up in flames, cause travel disruption.
According to the company, Glasgow Central to Ayr services now start and terminate at Kilwinning.
There have also been replacement buses put in place as firefighters are on the scene.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed that they were called at 5.37pm to the Station Hotel in Ayr and 13 fire trucks are on the scene.
A spokesperson said: "Crews are working to extinguish the fire. There are no injuries reported."
Ayr Station Hotel on fire pic.twitter.com/M2pfpEBlv1
— 🌿Shelle🌿 (@GoneToBuyPlants) September 25, 2023
⚠️ NEW: We have had reports of a fire on a property near the railway at Ayr station. We’re working closely with emergency services during this time and will keep you updated. Services will be unable to call at Ayr station until it is deemed safe to do so. ^Paul pic.twitter.com/zpKv6EyKsU
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) September 25, 2023