ScotRail

ScotRail has been the brand name used for all Scottish regional and commuter rail services, including some cross-border services, since 1983. Since 2008, It is the permanent name of the Scottish franchised rail services, regardless of the train operating company that operates them.

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First ScotRail
... ScotRail is a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by First operating the ScotRail franchise ... It originally traded as First ScotRail before being rebranded as ScotRail in September 2008 ...
Stonehaven Railway Station - History
... station National Rail Following station Montrose CrossCountry Aberdeen Laurencekirk First ScotRail Portlethen Laurencekirk First ScotRail Portlethen Montrose First ScotRail Aberdeen ...
British Rail Corporate Liveries - Sectorisation - ScotRail
... ScotRail was the brand name under which British Rail operated InterCity passenger rail services in Scotland and cross border services to Northern ...
ScotRail - Livery - Transport Scotland
... A new logo is also applied, ScotRail, with the tag line 'Scotland's Railway' ... replaced when the franchise ends, the only branding showing the operator will be a small "ScotRail is operated by" sign on the station building and on the train doors ...
British Rail Corporate Liveries - Sectorisation - Regional Railways
... A livery, similar to ScotRail but with the upper dark grey bodyside replaced with a dark blue, was created ... Scottish rolling stock not covered by the ScotRail livery (generally those on secondary services) received the Regional Railways livery, but with "ScotRail" branding ...