Renton receives 'best adopted station' award





Date: 14/12/2010

Renton Station in West Dunbartonshire has been named as the Best Adopted Station in Scotland of 2010 by Passenger Focus, the independent passenger watchdog.


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Renton Award

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Lord Elgin inside the King Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre created by Strathleven Artizans in the former booking office at Renton Station.
Location: Renton
Company: Caledonian and Dumbartonshire Junction Railway
27/03/2010 John Yellowlees
Lord Elgin opening the King Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre created by Strathleven Artizans in the former booking office at Renton Station.
Location: Renton
Company: Caledonian and Dumbartonshire Junction Railway
27/03/2010 John Yellowlees
A Balloch - Airdrie train, formed by 320 311, arives at Renton on 1 April 2009.
Location: Renton
Company: Caledonian and Dumbartonshire Junction Railway
01/04/2009 David Panton


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