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Does anyone know where I could access the following:
Edinburgh-Aberdeen/Inverness timetables from between 1995 and 2005?
GNER timetables before 2001?
Cross Country timetables before, during and after Operation Princess?
 
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Best bet is to keep an eye on eBay for old National Rail Timetables / GB Rail Timetables.
 

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Are online timetables (maybe in pdf format) available from those sites that allow you to view "historical" old cached web pages?
 
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Best bet is to keep an eye on eBay for old National Rail Timetables / GB Rail Timetables.
I have had a look but I have a lack of trust in some of these sites such as eBay and would prefer online documents.

Are online timetables (maybe in pdf format) available from those sites that allow you to view "historical" old cached web pages?
Online documents are my preferred method. The reasons for this research are to look at the running of non-Scotrail services north of Edinburgh around the time of privatisation, to see the shambles that was Operation Princess even though it (briefly) significantly increased the number of services from north of Edinburgh to the north of England and to prove that the 10:00 GNER departure from London continued to Glasgow as well to check other minor changes made between 1996 & 2007 during the GNER franchise.
 

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Wayback machine online allows you to view old websites, and so may help
 

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Does anyone know where I could access the following:
Edinburgh-Aberdeen/Inverness timetables from between 1995 and 2005?
GNER timetables before 2001?
Cross Country timetables before, during and after Operation Princess?
another option is to look in bric a brac shops at preserved railways as they sometimes have old timetables for sale fairly cheaply from the era. I usually used to get a Nat Rail Timetable (we had one at work to refer to if needed!) but I tended not to keep them at the time - and they can fill up bookshelves fast!
 
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Wayback machine online allows you to view old websites, and so may help
I tried that and I found something for 2004 but I would like earlier than that. I would particularly like a highland mainline timetable from 1999 to see if a 170 was significantly quicker than a 158 as it is claimed on my Video 125 Highland Mainline Drivers Eye View that the 170 cut 28 minutes from the previous fastest Inverness to Edinburgh journey time set by the 158.

another option is to look in bric a brac shops at preserved railways as they sometimes have old timetables for sale fairly cheaply from the era. I usually used to get a Nat Rail Timetable (we had one at work to refer to if needed!) but I tended not to keep them at the time - and they can fill up bookshelves fast!
I have to say I don’t go to preserved railways that often but if I’m at one next summer (when I pray life is a lot better) then I will ask.

There is a thread on this forum with a spreadsheet attachment showing these timetables but I can't immediately find it.
Yeah I’ve read that but it’s a bit vague on detail north of Edinburgh which is what I want to know about.
 

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Does anyone know where I could access the following:
Edinburgh-Aberdeen/Inverness timetables from between 1995 and 2005?
GNER timetables before 2001?
Cross Country timetables before, during and after Operation Princess?
You can certainly get ScotRail 2003-2005 by using the Wayback Machine, but no earlier due to the way the PDFs were linked in 2002 and no online PDFs on the ScotRail website any earlier.

You can find the Summer 2003 ScotRail timetables through this link, just play about with the date sliders to get 2004 and so on:


GNER is a similar situation, but DPSimulation has some within its timetable archive here:
 
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You can certainly get ScotRail 2003-2005 by using the Wayback Machine, but no earlier due to the way the PDFs were linked in 2002 and no online PDFs on the ScotRail website any earlier.

You can find the Summer 2003 ScotRail timetables through this link, just play about with the date sliders to get 2004 and so on:


GNER is a similar situation, but DPSimulation has some within its timetable archive here:
Thanks for all the links. A shame nothing before 2004 but at least its something. Unfortunately it won't let me open the GNER link. It would be nice to know the calling points and times of the Devon Scot around the time of privatisation. Scotland-Plymouth worth doing direct back in the days of regular Cross Country HST usage but not now with Voyagers.
 

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Does anyone know where I could access the following:
Edinburgh-Aberdeen/Inverness timetables from between 1995 and 2005?
GNER timetables before 2001?
Cross Country timetables before, during and after Operation Princess?

I don't have the '99 TT but have the summer '98 one if that is of any use. I can look at the GNER services later if there is any specific data you'd like to know.

I tried that and I found something for 2004 but I would like earlier than that. I would particularly like a highland mainline timetable from 1999 to see if a 170 was significantly quicker than a 158 as it is claimed on my Video 125 Highland Mainline Drivers Eye View that the 170 cut 28 minutes from the previous fastest Inverness to Edinburgh journey time set by the 158.

The fastest I can see in the summer '98 TT is 3h 24 mins from Inverness to Edinburgh via Perth and Kirkcaldy, dep Inverness 10:35 arr Edinburgh 13:59. For comparison the Chieftan left Inverness at 07:55 and arr Edinburgh at 11:21 so 3 h 26 mins via Perth and Stirling. Most if not all of the SR stuff went via Kirkcaldy to/from Edinburgh. GNER via Stirling .
 

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I have a IC East Coast timetable from early 1995 that I can scan if that is any use to you.
You mentioned the 10:00 Ex Kings Cross running through to Glasgow Central. In that timetable it did. But not on a Saturday.
The same in 1993 & 1994.
 
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Thanks for all the links. A shame nothing before 2004 but at least its something. Unfortunately it won't let me open the GNER link. It would be nice to know the calling points and times of the Devon Scot around the time of privatisation. Scotland-Plymouth worth doing direct back in the days of regular Cross Country HST usage but not now with Voyagers.
Devon Scot
Winter 1993/1994 -> Aberdeen 0900, Stonehaven 0917, Montrose 0939, Arbroath 0954, Dundee 1010, Leuchars 1024, Kirkcaldy 1048, Inverkeithing 1104, Haymarket 1126, Edinburgh 1133-1145, Carlisle 1305, Oxenholme 1342, Lancaster 1358, Preston 1419-1421, Warrington Bank Quay 1443, Crewe 1506, Wolverhampton 1543, Birmingham New Street 1602-1612, Cheltenham Spa 1652, Gloucester 1704-1707, Bristol Parkway 1739, Bristol Temple Meads 1750-1755, Taunton 1828, Tiverton Parkway 1840, Exeter St Davids 1855-1858, Newton Abbot 1919, Totnes 1931, Plymouth 2003

Summer 2000 -> Aberdeen 0915, Stonehaven 0931, Montrose 0952, Arbroath 1007, Dundee 1021, Leuchars 1035, Cupar 1045, Kirkcaldy 1102, Inverkeithing 1123, Haymarket 1140, Edinburgh 1145-1155, Carlisle 1315, Oxenholme 1352, Lancaster 1409, Preston 1431-1434, Bolton 1456, Manchester Piccadilly 1515-1517, Stockport 1525, Wilmslow 1535, Crewe 1558, Wolverhampton 1635, Birmingham New Street 1652-1657, Cheltenham Spa 1739, Gloucester 1751-1755, Bristol Parkway 1825, Bristol Temple Meads 1838-1844, Taunton 1923, Tiverton Parkway 1935, Exeter St Davids 1951-1953, Newton Abbot 2012, Totnes 2027, Plymouth 2056

I believe the Manchester diversion happened in the 1998 timetable changes that squeezed a bit more out of the VXC fleet. Of course, what is left of the 'Devon Scot' now goes via the East Coast and Leeds.

I have a IC East Coast timetable from early 1995 that I can scan if that is any use to you.
You mentioned the 10:00 Ex Kings Cross running through to Glasgow Central. In that timetable it did. But only on a Sunday.
The 1000 from Kings Cross went to Glasgow Central from the introduction of Class 91s, including in the Winter 1994/1995 timetable. The 1030 was the Aberdeen service, the Northern Lights. It was only the 'Eureka' timetable which changed the Aberdeen departure from the 1030 to the 1000 although, of course, the Glasgow extension was long gone by then.
 
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Thanks for all the links. A shame nothing before 2004 but at least its something. Unfortunately it won't let me open the GNER link. It would be nice to know the calling points and times of the Devon Scot around the time of privatisation. Scotland-Plymouth worth doing direct back in the days of regular Cross Country HST usage but not now with Voyagers.
You need to extract the files from the DPS site, they are all in compressed form to save memory


The 1000 from Kings Cross went to Glasgow Central from the introduction of Class 91s, including in the Winter 1994/1995 timetable. The 1030 was the Aberdeen service, the Northern Lights. It was only the 'Eureka' timetable which changed the Aberdeen departure from the 1030 to the 1000 although, of course, the Glasgow extension was long gone by then.
Which is actually a reversion to what BR did in 1985, the Flying Scotsman was changed from the 1000 off KGX in 1984 to the 1030 departure in 1985 and the 1000 then terminated at Edinburgh instead of running through to Aberdeen.
 
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I have a IC East Coast timetable from early 1995 that I can scan if that is any use to you.
You mentioned the 10:00 Ex Kings Cross running through to Glasgow Central. In that timetable it did. But not on a Saturday.
The same in 1993 & 1994.
I would be very grateful if you could do that thank you. On the Flying Scotsman GNER drivers eye view the 10:00 does continue to Glasgow even though I knew when I purchase it that it had stopped going to Glasgow and terminated at Edinburgh.

I don't have the '99 TT but have the summer '98 one if that is of any use. I can look at the GNER services later if there is any specific data you'd like to know.



The fastest I can see in the summer '98 TT is 3h 24 mins from Inverness to Edinburgh via Perth and Kirkcaldy, dep Inverness 10:35 arr Edinburgh 13:59. For comparison the Chieftan left Inverness at 07:55 and arr Edinburgh at 11:21 so 3 h 26 mins via Perth and Stirling. Most if not all of the SR stuff went via Kirkcaldy to/from Edinburgh. GNER via Stirling .
Would it be possible to publish your data online and also for Aberdeen as well as Inverness?

Devon Scot
Winter 1993/1994 -> Aberdeen 0900, Stonehaven 0917, Montrose 0939, Arbroath 0954, Dundee 1010, Leuchars 1024, Kirkcaldy 1048, Inverkeithing 1104, Haymarket 1126, Edinburgh 1133-1145, Carlisle 1305, Oxenholme 1342, Lancaster 1358, Preston 1419-1421, Warrington Bank Quay 1443, Crewe 1506, Wolverhampton 1543, Birmingham New Street 1602-1612, Cheltenham Spa 1652, Gloucester 1704-1707, Bristol Parkway 1739, Bristol Temple Meads 1750-1755, Taunton 1828, Tiverton Parkway 1840, Exeter St Davids 1855-1858, Newton Abbot 1919, Totnes 1931, Plymouth 2003

Summer 2000 -> Aberdeen 0915, Stonehaven 0931, Montrose 0952, Arbroath 1007, Dundee 1021, Leuchars 1035, Cupar 1045, Kirkcaldy 1102, Inverkeithing 1123, Haymarket 1140, Edinburgh 1145-1155, Carlisle 1315, Oxenholme 1352, Lancaster 1409, Preston 1431-1434, Bolton 1456, Manchester Piccadilly 1515-1517, Stockport 1525, Wilmslow 1535, Crewe 1558, Wolverhampton 1635, Birmingham New Street 1652-1657, Cheltenham Spa 1739, Gloucester 1751-1755, Bristol Parkway 1825, Bristol Temple Meads 1838-1844, Taunton 1923, Tiverton Parkway 1935, Exeter St Davids 1951-1953, Newton Abbot 2012, Totnes 2027, Plymouth 2056

I believe the Manchester diversion happened in the 1998 timetable changes that squeezed a bit more out of the VXC fleet. Of course, what is left of the 'Devon Scot' now goes via the East Coast and Leeds.


The 1000 from Kings Cross went to Glasgow Central from the introduction of Class 91s, including in the Winter 1994/1995 timetable. The 1030 was the Aberdeen service, the Northern Lights. It was only the 'Eureka' timetable which changed the Aberdeen departure from the 1030 to the 1000 although, of course, the Glasgow extension was long gone by then.
Thank you for the Devon Scot timings. Could you please publish the northbound timings from those respective times as well as Sunday timings? Did the HST stable at Clayhills back in those days or did it work up from Edinburgh in the early morning to form the southbound Devon Scot and vice versa in the evening?

You need to extract the files from the DPS site, they are all in compressed form to save memory



Which is actually a reversion to what BR did in 1985, the Flying Scotsman was changed from the 1000 off KGX in 1984 to the 1030 departure in 1985 and the 1000 then terminated at Edinburgh instead of running through to Aberdeen.
Can you tell me how to do that?
 

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Can you tell me how to do that?
If you are on a PC or laptop then when you've downloaded the file right-click on it and select "extract all" from the drop down menu and then open the extracted file.

If on mobile it would depend on the operating system, not all have the capability installed and you may need to download something like 7-zip to be able to extract the files which is what I do on my phone.
 
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If you are on a PC or laptop then when you've downloaded the file right-click on it and select "extract all" from the drop down menu and then open the extracted file.

If on mobile it would depend on the operating system, not all have the capability installed and you may need to download something like 7-zip to be able to extract the files which is what I do on my phone.
I'm trying but its just not working. Please tell me step by step what to do. I'm doing this on a Laptop.
 

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Thank you for the Devon Scot timings. Could you please publish the northbound timings from those respective times as well as Sunday timings? Did the HST stable at Clayhills back in those days or did it work up from Edinburgh in the early morning to form the southbound Devon Scot and vice versa in the evening?
Devon Scot
Winter 1993/1994
Southbound (M-S):
Aberdeen 0900, Stonehaven 0917, Montrose 0939, Arbroath 0954, Dundee 1010, Leuchars 1024, Kirkcaldy 1048, Inverkeithing 1104, Haymarket 1126, Edinburgh 1133-1145, Carlisle 1305, Oxenholme 1342, Lancaster 1358, Preston 1419-1421, Warrington Bank Quay 1443, Crewe 1506, Wolverhampton 1543, Birmingham New Street 1602-1612, Cheltenham Spa 1652, Gloucester 1704-1707, Bristol Parkway 1739, Bristol Temple Meads 1750-1755, Taunton 1828, Tiverton Parkway 1840, Exeter St Davids 1855-1858, Newton Abbot 1919, Totnes 1931, Plymouth 2003

Northbound (M-S): Plymouth 0725, Totnes 0752, Newton Abbot 0805, Exeter St Davids 0824-0827, Tiverton Parkway 0841, Taunton 0855, Bristol Temple Meads 0927-0932, Bristol Parkway 0942, Gloucester 1011-1016, Cheltenham Spa 1025, Birmingham New Street 1113-1119, Wolverhampton 1137, Warrington Bank Quay 1229, Preston 1255, Lancaster 1313, Oxenholme 1329, Carlisle 1410-1412, Edinburgh 1543-1555, Haymarket 1600, Inverkeithing 1614, Kirkcaldy 1631, Markinch 1641, Cupar 1654, Leuchars 1702, Dundee 1715, Arbroath 1732, Montrose 1748, Stonehaven 1810, Aberdeen 1830

Southbound (Su): Aberdeen 1052, Stonehaven 1109, Montrose 1131, Arbroath 1146, Dundee 1218, Leuchars 1231, Kirkcaldy 1255, Inverkeithing 1311, Haymarket 1329, Edinburgh 1335-1345, Carlisle 1535, Penrith 1550, Oxenholme 1615, Lancaster 1633, Preston 1705-1711, Wigan North Western 1726, Warrington Bank Quay 1738, Crewe 1805, Wolverhampton 1847, Birmingham New Street 1911-1915, Cheltenham Spa 1955, Gloucester 2005-2010, Bristol Parkway 2042, Bristol Temple Meads 2053-2056, Taunton 2130, Tiverton Parkway 2142, Exeter St Davids 2157-2200, Newton Abbot 2221, Totnes 2233, Plymouth 2308

Northbound (Su): Plymouth 1150, Exeter St Davids 1250-1252, Tiverton Parkway 1307, Taunton 1320, Bristol Temple Meads 1402-1405, Bristol Parkway 1415, Gloucester 1445-1450, Cheltenham Spa 1459, Birmingham New Street 1544-1550, Wolverhampton 1607, Crewe 1649, Warrington Bank Quay 1708, Wigan North Western 1720, Preston 1742, Lancaster 1759, Oxenholme 1815, Carlisle 1906, Edinburgh 2044-2052, Haymarket 2057, Inverkeithing 2110, Kirkcaldy 2127, Leuchars 2151, Dundee 2206, Arbroath 2222, Montrose 2238, Stonehaven 2300, Aberdeen 2320

The High Speed Train spent the night at Clayhills rather than the current practice of going to Craigentinny.

Summer 2000
Southbound (M-S):
Aberdeen 0915, Stonehaven 0931, Montrose 0952, Arbroath 1007, Dundee 1021, Leuchars 1035, Cupar 1045, Kirkcaldy 1102, Inverkeithing 1123, Haymarket 1140, Edinburgh 1145-1155, Carlisle 1315, Oxenholme 1352, Lancaster 1409, Preston 1431-1434, Bolton 1456, Manchester Piccadilly 1515-1517, Stockport 1525, Wilmslow 1535, Crewe 1558, Wolverhampton 1635, Birmingham New Street 1652-1657, Cheltenham Spa 1739, Gloucester 1751-1755, Bristol Parkway 1825, Bristol Temple Meads 1838-1844, Taunton 1923, Tiverton Parkway 1935, Exeter St Davids 1951-1953, Newton Abbot 2012, Totnes 2027, Plymouth 2056

Northbound (M-S): Plymouth 0720, Totnes 0746, Newton Abbot 0759, Exeter St Davids 0818-0822, Tiverton Parkway 0835, Taunton 0849, Bristol Temple Meads 0923-0926, Bristol Parkway 0936, Gloucester 1004-1009, Cheltenham Spa 1019, Birmingham New Street 1100-1107, Wolverhampton 1128, Crewe 1217, Wilmslow 1237, Stockport 1250, Manchester Piccadilly 1300-1303, Bolton 1321, Preston 1351, Lancaster 1407, Oxenholme 1423, Carlisle 1505, Edinburgh 1625-1635, Haymarket 1639, Inverkeithing 1654, Kirkcaldy 1710, Markinch 1720, Cupar 1733, Leuchars 1742, Dundee 1754, Arbroath 1812, Montrose 1826, Stonehaven 1847, Aberdeen 1910

Southbound (Su): Aberdeen 1100, Stonehaven 1116, Montrose 1137, Arbroath 1153, Dundee 1208, Leuchars 1221, Kirkcaldy 1244, Inverkeithing 1301, Haymarket 1318, Edinburgh 1325-1335, Haymarket 1341, Carlisle 1459, Penrith 1517, Oxenholme 1543, Lancaster 1556, Preston 1618, Bolton 1642, Manchester Piccadilly 1706-1709, Wilmslow 1728, Crewe 1755-1758, Stafford 1818, Wolverhampton 1834, Birmingham New Street 1852-1902, Cheltenham Spa 1940, Gloucester 1950-1955, Bristol Parkway 2027, Bristol Temple Meads 2037-2040, Taunton 2115, Tiverton Parkway 2127, Exeter St Davids 2142-2143, Newton Abbot 2204, Totnes 2218, Plymouth 2250

Northbound (Su): Plymouth 0905, Totnes 0921, Newton Abbot 0944, Exeter St Davids 1002-1004, Tiverton Parkway 1018, Taunton 1032, Bristol Temple Meads 1106-1109, Bristol Parkway 1118, Gloucester 1146-1151, Cheltenham Spa 1201, Birmingham New Street 1243-1255, Wolverhampton 1312, Crewe 1353-1356, Wilmslow 1413, Manchester Piccadilly 1433, Bolton 1452, Wigan North Western 1509, Preston 1525-1527, Lancaster 1545, Oxenholme 1600, Carlisle 1642, Edinburgh 1804-1812, Haymarket 1817, Inverkeithing 1832, Kirkcaldy 1848, Leuchars 1912, Dundee 1925, Arbroath 1942, Montrose 1957, Stonehaven 2019, Aberdeen 2040

By this time, the High Speed Train returned to Craigentinny other than on Saturday night / Sunday morning.
 
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Devon Scot
Winter 1993/1994
Southbound (M-S):
Aberdeen 0900, Stonehaven 0917, Montrose 0939, Arbroath 0954, Dundee 1010, Leuchars 1024, Kirkcaldy 1048, Inverkeithing 1104, Haymarket 1126, Edinburgh 1133-1145, Carlisle 1305, Oxenholme 1342, Lancaster 1358, Preston 1419-1421, Warrington Bank Quay 1443, Crewe 1506, Wolverhampton 1543, Birmingham New Street 1602-1612, Cheltenham Spa 1652, Gloucester 1704-1707, Bristol Parkway 1739, Bristol Temple Meads 1750-1755, Taunton 1828, Tiverton Parkway 1840, Exeter St Davids 1855-1858, Newton Abbot 1919, Totnes 1931, Plymouth 2003

Northbound (M-S): Plymouth 0725, Totnes 0752, Newton Abbot 0805, Exeter St Davids 0824-0827, Tiverton Parkway 0841, Taunton 0855, Bristol Temple Meads 0927-0932, Bristol Parkway 0942, Gloucester 1011-1016, Cheltenham Spa 1025, Birmingham New Street 1113-1119, Wolverhampton 1137, Warrington Bank Quay 1229, Preston 1255, Lancaster 1313, Oxenholme 1329, Carlisle 1410-1412, Edinburgh 1543-1555, Haymarket 1600, Inverkeithing 1614, Kirkcaldy 1631, Markinch 1641, Cupar 1654, Leuchars 1702, Dundee 1715, Arbroath 1732, Montrose 1748, Stonehaven 1810, Aberdeen 1830

Southbound (Su): Aberdeen 1052, Stonehaven 1109, Montrose 1131, Arbroath 1146, Dundee 1218, Leuchars 1231, Kirkcaldy 1255, Inverkeithing 1311, Haymarket 1329, Edinburgh 1335-1345, Carlisle 1535, Penrith 1550, Oxenholme 1615, Lancaster 1633, Preston 1705-1711, Wigan North Western 1726, Warrington Bank Quay 1738, Crewe 1805, Wolverhampton 1847, Birmingham New Street 1911-1915, Cheltenham Spa 1955, Gloucester 2005-2010, Bristol Parkway 2042, Bristol Temple Meads 2053-2056, Taunton 2130, Tiverton Parkway 2142, Exeter St Davids 2157-2200, Newton Abbot 2221, Totnes 2233, Plymouth 2308

Northbound (Su): Plymouth 1150, Exeter St Davids 1250-1252, Tiverton Parkway 1307, Taunton 1320, Bristol Temple Meads 1402-1405, Bristol Parkway 1415, Gloucester 1445-1450, Cheltenham Spa 1459, Birmingham New Street 1544-1550, Wolverhampton 1607, Crewe 1649, Warrington Bank Quay 1708, Wigan North Western 1720, Preston 1742, Lancaster 1759, Oxenholme 1815, Carlisle 1906, Edinburgh 2044-2052, Haymarket 2057, Inverkeithing 2110, Kirkcaldy 2127, Leuchars 2151, Dundee 2206, Arbroath 2222, Montrose 2238, Stonehaven 2300, Aberdeen 2320

The High Speed Train spent the night at Clayhills rather than the current practice of going to Craigentinny.

Summer 2000
Southbound (M-S):
Aberdeen 0915, Stonehaven 0931, Montrose 0952, Arbroath 1007, Dundee 1021, Leuchars 1035, Cupar 1045, Kirkcaldy 1102, Inverkeithing 1123, Haymarket 1140, Edinburgh 1145-1155, Carlisle 1315, Oxenholme 1352, Lancaster 1409, Preston 1431-1434, Bolton 1456, Manchester Piccadilly 1515-1517, Stockport 1525, Wilmslow 1535, Crewe 1558, Wolverhampton 1635, Birmingham New Street 1652-1657, Cheltenham Spa 1739, Gloucester 1751-1755, Bristol Parkway 1825, Bristol Temple Meads 1838-1844, Taunton 1923, Tiverton Parkway 1935, Exeter St Davids 1951-1953, Newton Abbot 2012, Totnes 2027, Plymouth 2056

Northbound (M-S): Plymouth 0720, Totnes 0746, Newton Abbot 0759, Exeter St Davids 0818-0822, Tiverton Parkway 0835, Taunton 0849, Bristol Temple Meads 0923-0926, Bristol Parkway 0936, Gloucester 1004-1009, Cheltenham Spa 1019, Birmingham New Street 1100-1107, Wolverhampton 1128, Crewe 1217, Wilmslow 1237, Stockport 1250, Manchester Piccadilly 1300-1303, Bolton 1321, Preston 1351, Lancaster 1407, Oxenholme 1423, Carlisle 1505, Edinburgh 1625-1635, Haymarket 1639, Inverkeithing 1654, Kirkcaldy 1710, Markinch 1720, Cupar 1733, Leuchars 1742, Dundee 1754, Arbroath 1812, Montrose 1826, Stonehaven 1847, Aberdeen 1910

Southbound (Su): Aberdeen 1100, Stonehaven 1116, Montrose 1137, Arbroath 1153, Dundee 1208, Leuchars 1221, Kirkcaldy 1244, Inverkeithing 1301, Haymarket 1318, Edinburgh 1325-1335, Haymarket 1341, Carlisle 1459, Penrith 1517, Oxenholme 1543, Lancaster 1556, Preston 1618, Bolton 1642, Manchester Piccadilly 1706-1709, Wilmslow 1728, Crewe 1755-1758, Stafford 1818, Wolverhampton 1834, Birmingham New Street 1852-1902, Cheltenham Spa 1940, Gloucester 1950-1955, Bristol Parkway 2027, Bristol Temple Meads 2037-2040, Taunton 2115, Tiverton Parkway 2127, Exeter St Davids 2142-2143, Newton Abbot 2204, Totnes 2218, Plymouth 2250

Northbound (Su): Plymouth 0905, Totnes 0921, Newton Abbot 0944, Exeter St Davids 1002-1004, Tiverton Parkway 1018, Taunton 1032, Bristol Temple Meads 1106-1109, Bristol Parkway 1118, Gloucester 1146-1151, Cheltenham Spa 1201, Birmingham New Street 1243-1255, Wolverhampton 1312, Crewe 1353-1356, Wilmslow 1413, Manchester Piccadilly 1433, Bolton 1452, Wigan North Western 1509, Preston 1525-1527, Lancaster 1545, Oxenholme 1600, Carlisle 1642, Edinburgh 1804-1812, Haymarket 1817, Inverkeithing 1832, Kirkcaldy 1848, Leuchars 1912, Dundee 1925, Arbroath 1942, Montrose 1957, Stonehaven 2019, Aberdeen 2040

By this time, the High Speed Train returned to Craigentinny other than on Saturday night / Sunday morning.
Thank you, this is greatly appreciated. If only Cross Country had kept HST's instead of punting them for voyagers that are frankly not great. Its also a shame HST's haven't operated over shap for nearly 2 decades. The only HST operation over Beattock being East Coast Diversions every autumn right through until withdrawal in 2019.
 
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