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Not perhaps as collectable as a postage stamp with a printing fault,
but the two new signs delivered for the platform extension at
Bishopbriggs, seen here on 19 June, are in a non-standard typeface. ScotRail^s font is called Officina Sans Book, with characteristic curves on some verticals, such as the top of the ^r^. I don^t know what this plainer typeface is, but it^s not the Helvetica still commonly found.
David Panton [19/06/2010]


Eastbound at Bishopbriggs on 15 June - 170 470 pulls in with a Dunblane service.
David Panton [15/06/2010]


101.317 pauses at Bishopbriggs on its way to Falkirk Grahamston in June 1988.
Brian Forbes [/06/1988]
All photographs of Bishopbriggs
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