ScotRail celebrates Class 385 one-year anniversary [ScotRail]

Date: 24/07/2019

ScotRail will today (Wednesday, 24 July) celebrate the one-year anniversary of its Class 385 Express trains entering passenger service. To mark the occasion, the train operator will hand out cupcakes to customers, as well as provide some onboard entertainment. The first electric Class 385 train - built by Hitachi Rail - entered passenger service on the Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh Waverley via Falkirk High line on Tuesday, 24 July 2018.

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In with the new. Four coach 385 113 has just arrived at Alloa on a dreich December day with the 10.20 from Glasgow Queen Street High level. The seating in Second class is even harder than First class!
Location: Alloa
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