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Revision as of 21:28, 2 March 2016

In 1981 Scotland is still the home to lots of loco hauled trains.

Internal trains

Glasgow Queen Street to Oban, Fort William and Mallaig Quite reliably solid Eastfield 37s. Although some 27s are still to be found and the odd no heat 37. Class 20s may be used to rescue failures.
Glasgow Queen Street - Dundee
Aberdeen - Inverness
Inverness - Wick/Thurso & Kyle of Lochalsh
Stranraer
Perth