Eight people were taken to hospital after a passenger train derailed and caught fire in a remote part of Scotland on Sunday evening.
The train derailed shortly before 9pm near the Falls of Cruachan power station, by Loch Awe in Argyll.
A passenger car was left "precariously balanced" over a 50 foot embankment.
Emergency services said all 60 passengers on the 6.20pm service from Glasgow to Oban were rescued from the train and there were no reports of serious injuries.
The ambulance service later confirmed eight people were taken to three different hospitals. None of their injuries were thought to be life-threatening.
An investigation into the cause of the accident has already been launched. It is not yet clear what caused the train to derail.