Hello, I'm just another traveller who really enjoys reading this forum, particularly the trip reports. I'm a keen train traveller myself. Even though I don't collect numbers, I do have a general understanding of train classes and history and take an interest but my knowhow is a bit rubbish. My passion isn't so much to see the trains, but to get travelling! Although there are a few types of train that I get a bit more of a buzz travelling on...if you can understand what I mean! I've done most of the classic rail journeys the UK has to offer (except Settle and Carlisle, still have that to). So that's me, so I'm going to start with a simple question to start off with... I've treated myself out to a day out in Glasgow next Tuesday. I passed through Glasgow many times on the way to and from other places in Scotland, but never stopped to explore any of the local lines. (Except one time when me and my wife went to visit a friend on Arran and took the train to Ardrossan) I arrive into Glasgow from Wolverhampton at 11:15 and leave again at 18:40, so I should get a good 6 to 7 hours. My thinking was that a trip out to Wemyss Bay to see the magnificent station building and on the ferry to Rothesay might make a good little trip if the weather is good. Or Balloch looks like a good run out too. My other idea is just getting a Roundabout or Daytripper ticket and just seeing where the day takes me. Any advice or experience anyone has to share would be great. Any types of train up there worth making an effort to travel on too? Many thanks.