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Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock (via Dalry), Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan & Stranraer


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1922 Railway Guide covering services from Ayr to Kilwinning, Kilmarnock, Dalry, Paisley and Glasgow. [Part 1 of 2]


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1922 Railway Guide covering services from Ayr to Kilwinning, Kilmarnock, Dalry, Paisley and Glasgow. [Part 2 of 2]


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Glasgow to Kilwinning, Troon and Ayr.


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Glasgow to Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer.


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Glasgow to Girvan and Stranraer.


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Stranraer to Girvan and Glasgow.


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr and Glasgow.


Timetable from Bradshaw's July 1938 Railway Guide covering services from Ayr to Troon, Kilwinning and Glasgow.


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 1 of 7].


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 2 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 3 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 4 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 5 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 6 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock via Dalry, Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan and Stranraer. [Part 7 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 1 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 2 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 3 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 4 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 5 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 6 of 7]


Table 56, British Railways Scottish Region Timetable commencing 27th September, 1948, covering services from Stranraer to Girvan, Ayr, Largs, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock via Dalry & Glasgow (St. Enoch). [Part 7 of 7]


Forming the 12.58pm train from Stranraer Town, a BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 6-car DMU arrives at Glasgow (St. Enoch) on 27th May, 1961. [Michael Mensing]


Ex-LMSR Class 5 4-6-0 No. 45362 approaches Glasgow (St. Enoch) on 27th May, 1961, with the 2.48pm train from Ardrossan. [Michael Mensing]


Formed of a BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU with DMSL No. Sc51024 leading, the 15.00 Glasgow Central to Stranraer train passes to the south of the former New Luce Station on 9th August, 1972. [Michael Mensing]


Formed of a BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU with DMSL No. Sc51015 leading, the 12.35 Glasgow Central to Ayr train arrives at Prestwick on 2nd June, 1977.


Formed by a BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU with DMSL No. Sc51015 leading, the 12.35 train from Glasgow Central arrives at Ayr on 2nd June, 1977. [Brian Morrison]


Formed of a pair of BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMUs with DMBS No. Sc51035 of set No. 415 leading, the 13.36 Stranraer to Glasgow Central train restarts from Ayr, 2nd June, 1977. [Brian Morrison]


Forming the 16.15 Ayr to Glasgow Central, a 6-car formation of BR Derby (TOPS Class 107) 3-car DMUs with DMCL No. Sc52034 leading departs from Ayr on 2nd June, 1977. [Brian Morrison]


Forming the 16.45 Ayr to Glasgow Central, a pair of BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMUs with DMSL No. Sc51020 leading awaits departure from the bay platforms at Ayr on 2nd June, 1977. [Brian Morrison]


A view of Ayr station on 27th August, 1980, with BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU No. 400 standing at Platform 4, the 11.00 Stranraer to London Euston train headed by Brush Type 4 (Class 47) No. 47 435 at Platform 3, and 'inter city' 3-car DMU No. 417 at Platform 2. [Les Nixon]


The 11.00 Glasgow Central to Ayr, formed of a BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU with DMSL No. Sc51018, calls at Johnstone on 26th January, 1981. [Brian Morrison]


Formed of BR Swindon Inter-City (TOPS Class 126) 3-car DMU No. 126 409, the 11.35 Glasgow Central to Stranraer train passes Falkland Junction, on the outskirts of Ayr, on 15th June, 1981. The set consisted of DMBS No. Sc51039, TSK No. Sc59406 and DMSL No. Sc51029. [Rex Kennedy]


BR Derby (TOPS Class 107) 3-car DMU No. 107 435, consisting of DMBS No. Sc52019, TSL No. Sc59798 and DMCL No. Sc51996, passes the ICI works at Ardeer whilst working the 13.15 Glasgow Central to Largs train, 29th August, 1983. [Tom Noble]


Forming the 1T82 09.35 train to Glasgow Central, Birmingham RCW (TOPS Class 104) 3-car DMU No. 104 451 stands at Ardrossan Winton Pier Station on 4th November, 1985. This station had only a sporadic service through the day connecting with ferry sailings to and from the Isle of Arran. Although the sign on the footbridge reads 'Belfast ferry', this route had finished in the 1970s. The Cal-Mac ferry which had arrived as the 08.20 sailing from Brodick is just visible to the right. Winton Pier station closed on 3rd August, 1986, when the Ayrshire Coast lines were electrified, and from that date a new single platform terminus called Ardrossan Harbour was opened slightly further inland and off the quayside. The present Harbour Station has an hourly service to Glasgow throughout the day, whereas in 1985 only six trains each day connected with the ferries. [Adrian Nicholls]


Forming the 2T20 10.52 train to Glasgow Central, BR Derby Suburban (TOPS Class 116) 3-car DMUs Nos. 116 392 and 116 388 stand at Largs Station on 5th November, 1985. This station formerly had four platforms, but only two remained by this date. The DMUs were replaced by Class 318 EMUs following electrification in 1986. [Adrian Nicholls]


ScotRail timetable commencing 23rd May, 2010, covering services from Glasgow Central to Stranraer Harbour and Belfast Port.


ScotRail timetable commencing 23rd May, 2010, covering services from Belfast Port to Stranraer Harbour and Glasgow Central.


ScotRail timetable commencing 23rd May, 2010, covering services from Glasgow Central to Carlisle and Newcastle-upon-Tyne and return.
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