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A rush hour tail back just west of Croy in September 1988. The 17.25 Glasgow Queen Street - Aberdeen push-pull service is held at a red alongside the 17.14 Glasgow - Edinburgh service (led by 47 524) that has been side-lined. The cause of the jam is the 17.03 Glasgow - Dunblane service, its worn-out DMU stock then notorious for either not keeping to time or (as in this case) breaking down.
Mark Dufton [/09/1988]


The station house and station building at Croy from the south in June 1997.
David Panton [/06/1997]


A Glasgow - Alloa service, formed by 170 474, calls at Croy on 29 April 2009.
David Panton [29/04/2009]
All photographs of Croy
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