A GLASGOW train service has been suspended indefinitely following a massive blaze at Troon station over the weekend. 

ScotRail has confirmed that work has begun to assess the fire damage, which includes the station building as well as an overhead power cable.

Because of this, the train operator and Network Rail have closed the line until the structural integrity of the building has been assessed.

Barrhead News:

Services from Glasgow Central to Ayr will start and terminate at Kilwinning and no alternative transport will be provided today or tomorrow.

Police revealed that the blaze was not started deliberately on Saturday, but the exact cause is unknown.

The fire service was called to the incident in Barassie Street around lunchtime and it took several hours to bring the blaze in the ticket office under control.

Barrhead News:

No-one was injured.