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Tag Archives: Scotrail
At this week’s KCC meeting ScotRail gave us a very comprehensive report on what’s happening during the closure of Queen Street station next year. The high level station will be closed between 20 March & 8 August. Many main line … Continue reading
Network Rail are holding a drop-in meeting in Kelvindale next Tuesday 11 August between 4-7pm at Kelvindale Bowling Club, 91a Baronald Drive. This is to give details of the disruption to the Queen Street – Anniesland line during electrification works … Continue reading
Ken Windsor was at the Network Rail drop in meeting on the 14th, and reports back: I have the new timetables, the print of which is far too small to scan in and send. I will put them up on … Continue reading
Scotrail may now have persuaded drivers to work on a Sunday, but there are more Sunday closures on the Kelvindale line coming anyway, as a result of major engineering works. There will be buses running instead on Sundays from 8 … Continue reading
The Sunday service to Kelvindale station is being replaced by a bus due to a shortage of drivers. Given the trouble we have hanging on to a bus service this is ironic, isn’t it? Details on the Scotrail website here.