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Scotlands newest 100 per cent electric commuter trains cut carbon emissions by over 10,000 tonnes in 2019, making a significant contribution towards Scotlands ambitious 2035 net zero railways target.
(Permalink) COP26 Class 385 Green

Edinburgh Waverley: 385003 about to leave platform 16 with the 1415 to Glasgow Queen Street on the first day of Class 385 passenger operation - 24th July 2018.
Colin McDonald 24/07/2018

A consortium of engineering and technology firms is building Scotlands first hydrogen powered train, which is set to be ready for Glasgows COP26 climate conference in November. Based at the Boness and Kinneil Railway, the team will convert a former ScotRail Class 314 car passenger train into a fully certified, production-ready hydrogen train.
(Permalink) COP26

Dundee Museum of Transports ambitious transformation plan for a former city tram depot as its new home is to form part of an international design showcase for the COP26 climate change summit.
(Permalink) COP26 Dundee Tram Depot

Scotland's first hydrogen-powered train is to be showcased at the postponed COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow next year.
(Permalink) COP26 Hydrogen power

Trains could run 24 hours a day between Glasgow and Edinburgh during the COP26 climate conference in November following a request by the UK government.
(Permalink) COP26 Climate change

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