Train shake-up leads to big rise in Oban services

THE number of weekday trains between Oban and Glasgow will double under timetable changes announced by ScotRail.

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Aberdeen to Glasgow Sunday services will also increase from every two hours to every hour.

A new service will also be introduced between Ayr and Edinburgh, which will go via Glasgow Central Station. A new Sunday service for Anniesland via Maryhill is also scheduled, and Glasgow's Anderston station will open on Sundays.

Steve Montgomery, managing director of ScotRail, said: "We are seeing strong demand for Sunday services."


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