Cow causes rush-hour train delays
A HIGHLAND cow caused rush-hour delays to trains around Glasgow after escaping from a country park.
Rail operator ScotRail initially tweeted about “reports of a couple of Highland Cows on the railway line at Busby”, in
East Renfrewshire, near Glasgow at 8.48am yesterday.
However, at least one of the animals, which was described by the rail firm as an “absolute unit”, was spotted on the tracks at Pollokshaws West, which is on the same line and near Pollok Country Park.
A spokeswoman for Glasgow City Council said the cow had been “retrieved safely” by staff from the park just before 10am.