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Train Type

Class 68 locomotive with Mk2 carriages
Routes operated Edinburgh to Edinburgh (Fife Circle)
Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? NA
Accessible toilet? No
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 1
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? No
Priority seating? No
Audible information? No
Visual information? No
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Conductor

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Train Type

Class 156 - 2 carriage diesel multiple unit

Routes operated

Glasgow to Edinburgh via Shotts

Glasgow to Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa

Glasgow to Anniesland

Glasgow to Falkirk Grahamston

Glasgow to Oban / Fort William / Mallaig

Glasgow to Barrhead / Kilmarnock / Stranraer / Dumfries / Carlisle / Newcastle

Glasgow to East Kilbride

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 1 (2 in some refurbished carriages)
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Conductor

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Train Type

Class 158 - 2 carriage diesel multiple unit

Routes operated

Edinburgh to Fife

Edinburgh / Glasgow to Perth / Inverness

Edinburgh / Glasgow to Dundee / Aberdeen

Edinburgh to Tweedbank

Edinburgh to Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa

Glasgow to Edinburgh via Carstairs

Glasgow to Edinburgh via Shotts

Glasgow to Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa

Glasgow to Anniesland

Glasgow to Falkirk Grahamston

Aberdeen to Inverness

Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh / Wick

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? Yes (2 spaces for Inverness based trains and 1 space for Haymarket based trains)
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Conductor

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Train Type

Class 170 - 2 carriage diesel multiple unit

Routes operated

Edinburgh to Fife

Edinburgh / Glasgow to Perth / Inverness

Edinburgh / Glasgow to Dundee / Aberdeen

Edinburgh to Tweedbank

Edinburgh to Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa

Edinburgh to North Berwick / Dunbar

Edinburgh to Glasgow Queen St via Falkirk High

Glasgow to Stirling / Dunblane / Alloa

Glasgow to Anniesland

Glasgow to Falkirk Grahamston

Aberdeen to Inverness

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 2
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Conductor

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Train Type

Class 314 - 3 carriage electric multiple unit

Routes operated

Glasgow to Inverclyde / Paisley Canal

Glasgow to Cathcart / Neilston / Newton

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? No
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? Yes - Wheelchairs are accommodated; however, there is no designated space
Standard toilet? No
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? No
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? No
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Ticket Examiner

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Train Type

Class 318 - 3 carriage electric multiple unit

Routes operated

Glasgow to Cathcart / Neilston / Newton

Glasgow to Lanark

Argyle Line

Glasgow North Electrics

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? Yes (2 spaces in the refurbished ones / 1 in the remaining units, which are due to be refurbished soon)
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Ticket Examiner

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Train Type

Class 320 - 3 carriage electric multiple unit

Routes operated

Glasgow to Cathcart / Neilston / Newton

Glasgow to Lanark

Argyle Line

Glasgow North Electrics

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 2
Standard toilet? No
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Ticket Examiner

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Train Type

Class 334 - 2 or 3 carriage electric multiple unit

Routes operated

Argyle Line

Edinburgh to Helensburgh / Milngavie

Glasgow North Electrics

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 2
Standard toilet? No
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Ticket Examiner

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Train Type

Class 380 - 3 or 4 carriage electric multiple unit

Routes operated

Edinburgh to North Berwick / Dunbar

Glasgow to Edinburgh via Carstairs

Glasgow to Ayrshire / Inverclyde / Paisley Canal

Glasgow to Cathcart / Neilston / Newton

Accommodation for wheelchair users in First Class? No
Accessible toilet? Yes
Accommodation for wheelchair users in Standard Class? 2
Standard toilet? Yes
Boarding ramp available? Yes
Priority seating? Yes
Audible information? Yes
Visual information? Yes
Customer service staff available onboard? Yes - Ticket Examiner

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Future Rolling Stock

Class 385 Electric Multiple Units will enter service from December 2017 on the Edinburgh to Glasgow via Falkirk High Line route, Stirling to Alloa/Dunblane route, South Glasgow suburban routes and Edinburgh to North Berwick/Dunbar local services.

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Helpful Information

ScotRail have produced a very helpful document for their older and disabled customers entitled 'Making Rail Accessible: Helping older and disabled passengers', this document is available here.

For more information on Accessible Travel with ScotRail, including booking assistance and accessibility at ScotRail stations, you can follow this link to the ScotRail website.

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