Scotrail Abellio train carriage 320412,petition to bring back into state ownership,after poor service
Contributor:Tony Smith / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:6260 x 2979 px | 53 x 25.2 cm | 20.9 x 9.9 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:17 December 2016
Location:Glasgow, Scotland, UK
The British Rail Class 320 is an alternating current (AC) electric multiple-unit (EMU) train found on the Strathclyde rail network in Central Scotland, and used on the North Clyde Line between Balloch and Airdrie via Glasgow Queen Street and also the Argyle Line between Dalmuir and Milngavie to Motherwell and Larkhall stations via Glasgow Central they can also be seen on Glasgow Central to Lanark duties along with Class 318 and British Rail Class 380 trains Thousands sign petition calling for Dutch firm Abellio to be stripped of ScotRail contract THE Dutch firm running ScotRail have come under constant criticism due to the poor performances. NEARLY 14,000 people have called for the controversial Dutch firm in charge of Scotland’s train service to be stripped of their contract unless ScotRail improves. The online petition urges the Scottish Government to take action against Abellio over the delays and cancellations suffered by commuters using ScotRail. The firm have already been hit with £1.5million in fines for poor service.