Croy Line

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Croy Line
Overview
Type Heavy rail
System National Rail
Status Operational
Locale Glasgow
East Dunbartonshire
North Lanarkshire
Scotland
Operation
Owner Network Rail
Operator(s) First ScotRail
Rolling stock Class 158, Class 170
Technical
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Croy Line
Dunblane
Bridge of Allan
Alloa
Stirling
Larbert
Croy
Lenzie
Bishopbriggs
Glasgow Queen Street
GlasgowSubway logo notext.PNG Buchanan Street

The Croy Line is a suburban railway route linking Glasgow and Croy in Scotland. It is part of the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport network.

Following completion of the project to reopen the line to Alloa to passenger services on 19 May 2008, Croy Line services continue alternately to Alloa and Dunblane.

The route is not electrified, although current Transport Scotland plans indicate a target date for electrification of 2018.[1] Passenger services are operated by First ScotRail.

Route[edit]

Most of the route is shared with other services:

Historical route[edit]

The route comprises the following historical railway lines:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/rail/rail-improvements/EGIP-2014