ScotRail (British Rail)

Train Company

The ScotRail trading name was adopted on 22 September 1983, under manager Chris Green, British Railways Scottish Region to provide a distinctive brand for the British Rail network in Scotland

They operated trains in Scotland from September 1983 until March 1997. It then became ScotRail (National Express).

The ScotRail trading name was adopted on 22 September 1983, under manager Chris Green, British Railways Scottish Region to provide a distinctive brand for the British Rail network in Scotland

They operated trains in Scotland from September 1983 until March 1997. It then became ScotRail (National Express).

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