Apologies after Scottish cancellations surge Apologies after Scottish cancellations surge

Many trains in Scotland are being cancelled because of a shortage of drivers. The latest lines to be electrified are the routes between Glasgow Queen Street, Stirling and Dunblane or Alloa, which began to be operated with electric trains on 9 December, as part of the new timetables. But although passengers were promised ‘the best railway Scotland has ever had’, problems have continued because the 385s and also refurbished HSTs have been late arriving.

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