The first of a fleet of stand-in trains has arrived in Scotland to help ease ScotRails carriage shortage crisis. It is due to be among ten electric trains as stop-gaps on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line, where some rush-hour services have lost carriages. The class 365 train arrived in Glasgow yesterday for testing and driver training. The fleet is expected to enter service around June, operating mainly as eight-carriage trains, compared to six on many current services. It will help ease overcrowding caused by delays to new Hitachi trains, and four others leaving ScotRail because their leases have expired. However, ScotRail has still to reach formal agreement to lease the trains, previously run by Govia Thameslink.