Slightly click-bait title from The Scotsman.
Train building could return to Scotland for the first time in decades with Spanish firm Talgo looking at possible sites for a factory. Officials were meeting the Scottish Government’s Transport Scotland agency and Scottish Enterprise last night to discuss the plans.
At least 600 jobs are expected to be created, with the factory scheduled to open around 2020. Talgo said possible sites include at Hunterston on the Ayrshire coast or the former Longannet Power Station site on the Forth in Fife.
They are adjacent to or near deep water ports for the import of materials and export of completed trains.